Has anybody been succesfull in configuring a router to do briding? I'm trying with a 1710 router with IOS 12.2(13)T and after a reboot the router bridging function does not work at all. Many times, the fastethernet interface is shudown or lacks its ip address although I've configured it and saved the configuration.
Here is my current and working (until I reboot) configuration. There is a class-map defined because I'm experimenting with bandwith control on bridged interfaces (as you can do with FreeBSD). On the fast ethernet interface I've only one PC connected with a cross over cable and ip 172.16.30.10
Are you trying to use IRB or TB ? If you want to route from bridged to a routed interface, only then you need the IRB configuration. I think in this case, since both e0 and e1 are part of bridge-group you dont need the BVI ( i dont see a routed interface)..Also on which interface do you plan to police the traffic?
I don't need routing. In fact, routing is disabled. I only need the router to do bridging. Regarding policing, I want the bridge to limit bandwith to 256kbps. This is for a small ISP to transparently limit bandwith coming from users with public ip addresses.
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