We have a critical server that originally could not be a routed connection to the DR server in our DR site. It had to be on the same subnet, so it was bridged to the DR site.
The server is using the BVI interface as it's default gateway.
We now need to remove this bridged subnet and put it on a routed subnet.
We have a DS3 to our DR site.
The DS3 from HQ to DR is configured as Frame-Relay with several subinterfaces.
Three are bridged subnets and 1 is a routed subnet, I have to replace one of the bridged subnets with a routed one.
Should I assume that the telco has provided the DLCIs for this configuration and each subnet is a specific bandwidth amount?
And I should consider the subnets the same as if they were going to differnet branches?
For example, the bridged subnet is dedicated bandwidth for that particular PVC and I need to remove the bridge group and assign ip addresses on each side it to ensure that subnet will be using the same bandwidth allotted in the frame-relay?
interface Serial6/0.100 point-to-point
ip address 126.96.36.199 255.255.255.252
frame-relay interface-dlci 100
crypto map Crypt
interface Serial6/0.101 multipoint
description Bridged VLAN 5
frame-relay map bridge 101 broadcast
frame-relay interface-dlci 101
interface Serial6/0.25 multipoint
description Bridge VLAN 25
frame-relay map bridge 25 broadcast
frame-relay interface-dlci 25
interface Serial6/0.4 multipoint
description Bridge VLAN 4
frame-relay map bridge 4 broadcast
frame-relay interface-dlci 4