I have configured many cisco routers for bridging of dlsw traffic.
Configuring the Ethernet port for Bridge group 1 & associating dlsw traffic with that bridge group.
I am trying to do the same with a NM-ESW-16 Card. However when I configure the Vlan for bridge Group 1, I can no longer connect with the router from any of the ethernet Hosts i.e. i can no longer ping the default gateway.
Is it possible to configure the NM-ESW-16 for a Bridge group or is there an alternitave way of configuring the router to achieve the final resuly.
Is there any documentation on configuring the new NM-ESW-16 Card available.
I have not been able to locate any documentation on the NM-ESW-16 Card. You could check the bug Toolkit for related bugs. The bridge group has to be assigned to the interface , so I don't think there is an alternate way. Does anyone know of one?
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