Configuration of IBM 2210 to CISCO 7206 with CIP using Fras-host
We are converting from a frame-relay connection directly into a 3745 to the Mainframe to the 7206 with a CIP to the Mainframe. We are using fras-host on the 7206 and fras-bnn on the remotes with SDLC controllers. The remotes that are Ciscos using fras-bnn work fine. The remotes that have 2210s using the IBM implementation of Ban-Bnn don't work. I can get the 2210s and the 7206 to use DLSw+, but we don't want to do this for network security reasons, so we need the fras-bnn to work on the 2210s also. It looks like the 7206 doesn't see the remote trying to connect. Any ideas on what might be wrong?
Topology & Design:
Two ACI fabrics
Stretching VLANs using OTV
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ASAv version must be compatible with ACI and device package version
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