Do anyone know if there is any problem to translate a X25 pvc to TCP and vice versa and at the same time use normal IP routing over X25 (X25 map ip x.x.x.x 1234) on the same serial interface (different PVC) in a 2500 router ?
This should not be a problem; it's the X.121 address that will be the determing factor. You may need/want to use the "x25 pvc" command instead of the "x25 map" command; you might try both to see if there is any difference for your needs.
You can do X25 to TCP translation and vice-verse , First in your interface to make PVC connection with your switch , make sure your ltc value is set other wise you can only use PVC one , by default x25 ltc is 2 .
Then in global configuration you can use translate statement ,
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