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dlsw-question

hi all,

is it possible to configure a kind of "secondary" dlsw-local-peer ??

i mean the router´s dlsw-proceß should hear on two ip-adr.

thanks ??

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Bronze

Re: dlsw-question

Hi

You can only define one local-peer but you can have several remote peers.

You even can define a backup peer for a peer with the command:

dlsw remote-peer 0 tcp x.x.x.x backup-peer x.x.x.x

Hope that i could help you

Roger

Silver

Re: dlsw-question

You can't define a secondary DLSw local peer, but you can assign the local peer to be a loopback address. That way, as long as your routing protocol can find a path to any interface on the router, the local peer will be reachable from remote peers.

There are also several other "DLSw redundancy" issues you should consider, particularly if using DLSw on Ethernet interfaces. These are discussed on www.cisco.com and in Chapter 10 of my book "High Availability Networking with Cisco." You might also find the white paper on my web site " Cisco 11.2 IOS Configuration for Redundant DLSw Connecting Ethernet Attached Devices" of interest.

Good luck and have fun!

Vincent C Jones

www.networkingunlimited.com

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