Do you have a real need to carry vlans in bridging across the E1 ? Usually that is not recommended.
The normal setup is hence that you configure different subnets for each VLAn in each site. The routers will have subinterfaces on FA0/0 with the corresponding "encapsulation dot1q ". Then normal routing on the E1 (HDLC) and with static or dynamic routing.
Note that if you keep the 2610 for intervlan routing, do not expect wire-speedperformance when going from a vlan to another within the same site. There should be no performance issues when going across E1.
We are pleased to announce availability of Beta software for 16.6.3.
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looking for early feedback from customers befor...
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