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bridging over Cisco 2600's

Hi all, I am wanting some help with bridging. I have two Cisco 2600's with a 1meg leased line in between, i am using 15 channels of primary ISDN as a backup. there is a system called a tandem at each end of the leased line. these two pieces of kit need to talk to each other in their own propietry language (i.e. not IP or IPX etc.)

I thought the best way of doing this was to bridge, because bridging doesn't care about what is being routed and just puts everything through the port.

hope somebody can point me in the right direction and what commands to use.

in anticipation... Steve.

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Re: bridging over Cisco 2600's

I sugest you should make the "black box" clear to know what is the basic require of the communication,in fact, you should ask if the bridge can finish the job.If the test result is OK,then you can use the bridge way of router.

Good luck.

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Re: bridging over Cisco 2600's

Hi Steve,

Try to look into stun or bstun if you tandem machine do not support TCP/IP.



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