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bridging between C6000's over FlexWan E3

Hi dear reader,

Here's something I've been looking at all last week, and I'm stuck.

I've got two Cat 6009's running native IOS connected to each other through a channelised E3 on a FlexWAN module.

I need to bridge at least three VLANs from one C6000 to the other.

I configured this in the following way on both sides:

!

bridge 1 protocol vlan

!

interface Serial 8/0/0/14:0

no ip address

bridge-group 2

!

interface Serial 8/0/0/15:0

no ip address

bridge-group 3

!

interface Serial 8/0/0/16:0

no ip address

bridge-group 4

!

interface VLAN 2

ip address blablabla

bridge-group 2

!

interface VLAN 3

ip address blablabla

bridge-group 3

!

interface VLAN 4

ip address blablabla

bridge-group 4

!

This config is not complete (duh), but you can see what I'm doing here.

My question is: although this config works fine, can I configure this another way so that I don't loose an E1 every time I need to bridge another VLAN (sometimes there's only one or two end-stations on the other side).

In other words: Is there a possibility to get the VLAN number acros the link (like with an FDDI interface).

I don't care about what encapsulation is needed on the E3, it's fully under my control (the rest of the E1's are in one big ppp multilink for normal routed traffic).

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