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ATM over Ethernet and pseudowires

Hello.

Could somebody tell me if there is a Cisco Router that can work ATM over ethernet. This ATM circuits comming from an ethernet interface sholuld be transported as pseudowires through an IP/MPLS Backbone. Routers 12000 can do this? wich version do I need?

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Re: ATM over Ethernet and pseudowires

ATM over MPLS should be supported in 12.2S series

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/12_0s/feature/guide/fsatom28.html

Narayan

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Re: ATM over Ethernet and pseudowires

Hi Narayan. Thank you.

I have now the following doubt. If we have the following topology:

lan-(CE)--ethe--(pe)--MPLS--(pe)--atm-(ce)-lan

Consider a lot of atm access at the right side, but we need to use only one vlan at the left side to connect all the remote atm sites.

You are telling me that we can convert the left CE in to a PE. But Can we maintain the router as a CE but terminating the ATM circuits (pseudowires) transported over one one vlan? ( atm over ethernet)

I appreciate everyting.

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