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CSNA and DLSw+ Config on CIP Router

Is it possible to configure both CSNA and DLSw+ on the same router, which is CIP attached to the mainframe?

For example;

User (SNA) -- Customer Router (DLSw+ Peer) -- ISDN -- Central Router (DLSw+ Peer) -- CIP -- Mainframe

Central Router#


dlsw local-peer peer-id … cost 1 lf 1500

dlsw icanreach mac-address 4000.7507.a0a1 mask ffff.ffff.ffff


interface Channel1/0

csna …


interface Channel1/2

lan TokenRing 1

adapter 1 4000.7507.a0a1


Will users at customer sites be able to use the 4000.7507.a0a1 destination MAC address for connecting to the mainframe using SNA?

Thanks in advance for your help.


Re: CSNA and DLSw+ Config on CIP Router

Yes, it is.

As the configuration attached is not complete, I am not sure if this is a configuration issue. You need the folloowing commands:

1. global command source-bridge ring-group Z, where Z is a number ranges from 1-4095 and is unique in the SRB infrastructure.

2. under Lan TokenRing 1, you need source-bridge X Y Z. Z is the number you define in source-bridge ring-group.

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