I've read both of your questions and they're similar.
You can bridge over multipoint frame relay by using the "frame-relay map bridge" command. You need to be sure and add a bridge group to the interface (or sub-interface) that you've added the frame-relay map bridge command to. I also suggest that you use the "broadcast" keyword.
Also, be sure to add a bridge group to your other (probably ethernet) interface.
Remember that unless you disable IP ROUTING or enable IRB/CRB, you *cannot* bridge IP traffic!
I have the following doubt.The Bridge protocol follows the Split Horizon rule too.So when this is the case how will the protcol information go out on the same subinterface/interface even though its two diffrent DLCI's.
The link is a multipoint link,so when updates come in from R2(spoke) to R1 (Hub) it will not go out to R3 which is another spoke.
Am i msiing something ? i guess not. I have configured all the parameters you have said and also broadcast but it wont work ?
There is already point to multipoint interface with one subnet and existing two sites. What do we do then ? If its new for planning or implementation we can may be use p2p. What if there are other requirements forcing a p2mp.
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