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encapsulation dot1q

Hi All,

I'm trying to be able to trunk a subinterface of a router (router on a stick) and I'm having a tough time understanding what IOS and type of router that will support this command. I've tried in one 2611 router but the command is not available, but I can't figure out which IOS I need in oder to do that. Any help would be greatly appreciate it.

Cheers!

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Re: encapsulation dot1q

Hi Mauricio,

You can select your software from Software Advisor tool by identifying your hardware and matching it with the feature that you want.

You can use this link to reach to the related web page.

http://tools.cisco.com/Support/Fusion/FusionHCHome.do?mySession=6527746&myStep=2

Hope to help,

Kerem

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Re: encapsulation dot1q

Output taken from Command Lookup Tool:

"encapsulation dot1q"

12.0(1)T - This command was introduced.

Supported Platforms

•Cisco 2600 series

•Cisco 3600 series

•Cisco 4000-m series

•Cisco 7100 series

•Cisco 7200 series

•Cisco 7500 series

This document seems to answer your question:

Bridging Between IEEE 802.1Q VLANs

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/12_1t/12_1t3/feature/guide/dtbridge.html#wp1023787

Hope this helps!

Community Member

Re: encapsulation dot1q

Hi Mauricio,

You can select your software from Software Advisor tool by identifying your hardware and matching it with the feature that you want.

You can use this link to reach to the related web page.

http://tools.cisco.com/Support/Fusion/FusionHCHome.do?mySession=6527746&myStep=2

Hope to help,

Kerem

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Re: encapsulation dot1q

You need a minimum feature set of IP Plus so if you have IP Base the command will not be available.

Jon

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