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LAT to LAT

Dear all,

We have quite a lot LAT services between three sites. At the moment we have a 2x 64K ISDN links between the 3 sites and bridge LAT traffic across. Now We would like our IP link to carry these LAT traffic.

I think that protocol translation is not scalable and could not be used in our case.

Can DLSw+ be used instead? If yes, does LAT multicast cause any issue in term of network performance?

regards.

Tao Lao

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Re: LAT to LAT

Translational bridging allows you to bridge between dissimilar LANs, commonly Ethernet and Token Ring, or Ethernet and FDDI. In the case of Ethernet and Token Ring bridging, translational bridging only allows connectivity for non-routable protocols such as Local-Area Transport (LAT), Maintenance Operation Protocol (MOP), and Network Basic Input/Output System (NetBIOS).

Try:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk389/tk621/technologies_tech_note09186a00800a7af6.shtml

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