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I have to fix the rif

Hi

I have 7507 connected to Mainframe over CIP2/IBM Channel and connected

to 3745 FEP over several token ring interfaces.

show dlsw reach

4000.0047.4522 FOUND LOCAL Channel0/2 06B0.0031.EEE0

TokenRing1/0/3 0EB0.130F.2D93.0C75.2B2F.DDC4.EEE0

TokenRing1/0/1 0AB0.130F.FFEF.DDC2.EEE0

TokenRing1/0/0 0AB0.130F.FFEF.DDC1.EEE0

sh run

dlsw local-peer peer-id 10.99.100.253 promiscuous

dlsw icanreach mac-exclusive

dlsw icanreach mac-address 4000.0047.4522 mask ffff.ffff.ffff

I need to fix only the channel as path to 4000.0047.4522.

I have trayed with the command

dlsw mac-address 4000.0047.4522 rif 06B0.0031.EEE0

but this command does not appear in running conf. and I do not see any effect.

Can anyone tell me why and if I used the correct command to do that I need?

Regards

Francesco

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Re: I have to fix the rif

How about "source-bridge max-hop 2"? As 4000.0047.4522 on the CIP is two hops away while the other FEP is at least 4 hops away. The drawback is that you cannot have any SNA/NETBIOS stations 2 hops away from the DLSw router.

New Member

Re: I have to fix the rif

Thank you for your help,it's a good idea.

At the moment we have choosed this way:

access-list 701 deny 4000.0047.4522 f000.0000.0000

interface tokenring xx

source-bridge input-address-list 701

the results are good:

Mac Addr status Loc. port rif

4000.0047.4522 FOUND LOCAL Channel0/2 06B0.0031.EEE0

Regards

Francesco

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