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Bridging different networks

What would be the effect if I join different routed interfaces (different network #s: 192.168.1, 192.168.2) into bridge-group 1 and its BVI has another different network number say 192.168.3.1?

The same case happens with the adjacent network with its routed interfaces joined into bridge-group 1 and having another BVI with ip address of 192.168.3.2. Thnks in advance.

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Re: Bridging different networks

It should bridge the two networks onto the same physical wire but it won’t route for them so make sure your routers are routing them properly.

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