Equipment: 7206VXR - IOS 12.0(9)S - NPE300
1 FE port in base card. (FE-0/0)
Module 1 is a 4 x T1 Serial card.
Current ISP is connected via MultilinkPPP via 2 bonded T1 circuits. (S1/0,1)
Current IP space: 220.127.116.11/26
New ISP is RF-based P2P with new antenna installed on roof.
Cable from roof runs into small bridging box which gives us a FastEthernet handoff.
New IP space: 18.104.22.168/26
I want to setup the new ISP, run everything through the VXR and test the new WAN connection before we commit and renumber.
To that end, I've added 2 new 1-port FastEthernet cards into the 7206 with the intention of running the 2 separate WAN links with their own ingress/egress ports as described.
The box the new RF ISP gave us has what is in essence the router address for our subnet: 22.214.171.124 and I have plugged that into one of the new FE ports (FE-2/0). I need to do the following:
1. route traffic that is addressed to IPs on our new public block out through the second new FE interface (FE-3/0)
2. put into place QoS on traffic coming to/from a particular set of IPs on our new public allocation for a new video conferencing system.
There is no NAT occurring here anywhere, just straight routing.
I did try to create a bridge-group between the two new FE (2/0 & 3/0) interfaces along with a configured BVI with address 126.96.36.199.
It was my understanding from some Cisco docs that this would create a sort of virtual switch/bridge between those interfaces. This did not work as planned either because it was not the right way to go or I missed something in the config (bridge irb, BVI, bridge-group 10, etc...)
I've attached a general diagram of what I'm trying to do.
Any suggestions, pointers in the right direction would be much appreciated.