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DSLW and bridge-group on a subinterface

For some reason when ever I create subinterfaces and place the bridge-group I can no longer see my dlsw circuit establish. without subinterface and encapsulation 802.1q it works fine.

source-bridge ring-group 100

dlsw local-peer peer-id 10.23.9.1 group 1 cost 1

dlsw remote-peer 0 tcp 10.207.9.1

dlsw bridge-group 1

!

int fa0/1.1

encapsulation dot1q

ip address 10.23.7.1 255.255.255.0

bridge-group 1

!

bridge protocol 1 ieee

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Re: DSLW and bridge-group on a subinterface

Danny

If I am understanding correctly you are saying that if you configure the IP address and the bridge group on the physical interface that DLSW works correctly. Is this correct? This implies that the router was connected to a switch on an access port and in the VLAN of the device that is generating the traffic that uses DLSw. Is that correct?

When you configure the subinterface it implies that the router is now connected to a switch on a trunk port. Is that correct? Are you sure that the device generating the traffic is in the same VLAN as the router subinterface?

HTH

Rick

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