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Routing Problem

Can this be done? I have a remote router, R5 that has its FE configured with 4 sub interfaces. R5 connects to my core router through an ATM interface. From the core router I have a FE interface into a 6509 Cat switch. The 6509 FE that connects with the core router is a trunk that only allows VLAN 77 and 910 traffic. Connected to a port on the 6509 in VLAN 77 is one interface of PIX515 and another port of the PIX is connected to VLAN 910 on the 6509.

What I need to happen is to direct all traffic from one of the sub interfaces, on the remote router R5 to VLAN 910 on the 6509 and block the traffic of the other 3 sub interfaces from VLAN 910 but allow them to route normally through the rest of my network. If this is possible how do I do it?

Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Re: Routing Problem

If I have understood ur scenario properly, then u can use tunnelling from router R5 to 6509 L3 module for traffic u want to have.

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