Yes, the protocol to bridge is decnet. But between the 2 interfaces ethernet of the routers, we have got MPLS backbone of the enterprise. So I would like to encrypt broadcast packets (= decnet protocol) in a VPN (or tunnel or DLSw tunnel) to go throught the backbone MPLS. Overwise, I think broadcast packets like 18.104.22.168 will not be sent throught backbone MPLS... No ???
You can bridge DEC protocols using bridging. From your setup it looks like you have ethernet interfaces on both endpoint routers separated by a serial link. All you need to do is place the bridge-group 1 command on the serial interfaces on both routers. This will setup the bridging between the routers. Verify the bridge by using the SHOW BRIDGE-GROUP and SHOW BRIDGE commands.Good Luck...
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