I've got an interesting problem that I believe is just not possible to resolve but I'll let you all decide.
There are two sites in this scenario. The remote site has a 2811 router and a 2950 switch connected to that router. The router is performing inter-vlan routing. The main site has a PIX 515, a 2811 router and a 3560 switch attached to the router. There is a site-to-site VPN tunnel between the remote site 2811 router and the PIX 515 router. Now, I need to take traffic from the 2950 at the remote site on the voice vlan and regenerate it back to a port on the 3750 at the main site for RTP traffic capture. This is an audio recording product that uses SPAN ports to capture streams.
I've looked over this prior to posting but it wasn't of much help. Here's what TAC had to say about this problem:
"I've checked your case with some coworkers from the VPN team trying to find out a way to make possible what you want to perform and we concluded that it is not possible due the RSPAN works only in layer 2 and to reach the remote site it is necessary to create layer 3 addressing in the vlans to pass through the router, vpn tunnel and the remote site and this is not possible."
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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