If I have a vlan with 3 port in the vlan and one of those ports is an L2TP termination to a remote switchport, what is the relationship between the port with the xconnect command and the other two ports in the vlan?
I have a hub and spoke environment using the 3800 series routers with 16-port fastethernet module. I have a device at the hub that talks to a device at one of my remotes via broadcast....So, I built a L2TP tunnes between them and it works great, but now I need to add another device at a different remotes site to talk broadcast to the device at the hub site....So, 2 devices at remote sites talking to the same device at the hub site. All the broadcast talking devices are on the same network.... Any ideas on how I can get the devices at the two remote sites to communicate the the hub device?
I tried IP healper and it didn't work. These devices broadcast on port 512.
The xconnect command is used to bind an Ethernet, 802.1q VLAN, or Frame Relay attachment circuit to a Layer 2 Tunnel Protocol Version 3 (L2TPv3) pseudowire for Xconnect service. For more information on Layer 2 Tunnel Protocol Version 3 refer to the following document:
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