I'm currently looking into deploying a MPLS based network in a SP core network. Currently the core is based purely on ATM and the access net is based on part ATM and part Ethernet.
During the migration fase, I need to maintaine the ATM network for for some legacy systems.
What I want to do, is implementing only a few routers at the beginning (7600's). All equiped with ATM STM-1 interfaces for connection to the ATM network. In some cases I'll have a PVC coming in on a ATM interface and need to forward the traffic out an ethernet (giga og FE).
My question is: Is it possible to create a pseudowire across a router with both in- and egress ports on the same router, but with different interfaces or am I limited to use bridge groups?
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