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Bitswap-layer3-addresses

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Dec 12th, 2001
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Hi group,


I'm not sure under what circumstances we need "bridge 1 bitswap-layer3-addresses".


Is it mandatory when we do SR/TLB with a mix of ethernet and token interfaces ?


I did some searches but could not find a sample config where we need this command. The sample configuration for SR/TLR provided by Cisco does not have that "bridge 1 bitswap-layer3-addresses".


source-bridge ring-group 10

source-bridge transparent 10 3 1 1

!

interface tokenring 0

source-bridge 1 1 10

!

interface tokenring 1

source-bridge 2 1 10

!

interface ethernet 0

bridge-group 1

!

interface ethernet 1

bridge-group 1

!

bridge 1 protocol dec


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melvine Thu, 12/13/2001 - 05:34
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To the best of my knowledge, when you are doing translational briding, you are only bitswapping the mac addresses and not the layer 3 address. You don't need to bitswap layer 3 addresses in this case. At least not that I think of.

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