Does anyone know if it is possible to have users connected to an interface in a VRF use the dlsw local peer configured in the global table? Could this be accomplished using the dlsw transparent commands? I see that I can add a vlan from a VRF to the dlsw transparent cache, but I am not sure yet if that actually works. Thanks.
I guess I will reply to my own message, in the event anyone is interested in the results. I was successful in using DLSw across VRFs. The DLSw peer is in the global table and as long as I configure dlsw transparent bridging in each VLAN, regardless of VRF, I could access the mainframe.
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