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SNA and IP switching

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Apr 16th, 2002
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I'm trying to find a sample config to bridge SNA and IP I have two routers connected together with ethernet ports. They both have Token ring switches on the other interface. The problem is to switch SNA in between the two Token ring networks and IP at the same time. Network on both rings are in the same subnet

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darrenj Tue, 04/16/2002 - 06:57
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It sounds like you need to configure IRB (integrated routing and bridging). You will need to search the Cisco website on IRB to find a sample config as I have never used it in the real world. Once configured, the interfaces will bridge the SNA and IP traffic over both routers. If you struggle to find anythings give me a shout and I'll create an example config.

nuno.morais Thu, 04/18/2002 - 02:18
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Hi.


If you want to bridge between to remote Token Rings you have to use either RSRB or DLSW+.



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