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Difference between bridge-group and VLAN

Hi all,

I don't understand very well the difference between bridge-group and VLAN...

Could someone explain me or give me a site which could help me?

Thx U by advance!

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Re: Difference between bridge-group and VLAN

Khay

bridge-group is used on a router to enable bridging on an interface. In terms of functionality a bridge-group is very similar to a VLAN. For example if you create bridge-group 1 and assign it to interfaces FastEthernet 1/0 and 2/0 and you create bridge-group 2 and assign it to interfaces FastEthernt 1/1 and 2/1 it is like creating 2 VLANs. Devices in bridge-group 1 (interfaces 1/0 and 2/0) can communicate with each other but not with devices in bridge-group 2 (intefaces 1/1 and 2/1).

HTH

Rick

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