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1600 Setup as bridge

I am new to Cisco routers and I need to set a 1600 router up as a bridge. Any help would be great.

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Re: 1600 Setup as bridge

Um, are you sure that you want to be doing this? You didn't provide very much detail in your question, but

bridge 1 protocol ieee

no ip routing

int

bridge-group 1

int

bridge-group 2

will turn the router into a straight bridge. NB: Because you have entered "no ip routing" the device will ONLY be a bridge (and you may want to have console access before doing this!). If you post more info about what you are trying to accomplish (and why!) I can provide a better solution....

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Re: 1600 Setup as bridge

Wouldn't the bridge-group command on the second interface be "bridge-group 1" instead of 2 ? That is just my understanding of how bridge groups work.

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Re: 1600 Setup as bridge

You are 100% correct. I made a typo in the reply. I have spoken with the original poster to inform him of my mistake. Thanks for catching this... In the future I will actually read what I typed!

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Re: 1600 Setup as bridge

NB: I made a typo in the above reply. Under both interfaces the bridge-group command should read "bridge-group 1"

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