Bridging MPLS Link between ISR Router and ASA Firewall
Greetings, ive been wrestling with this for awhile now.
We have an MPLS link presented on ethernet comming into the premises, the link is configured as a 802.1q trunk with two vlans, one for a link into the MPLS cloud lets call it vlan 10 and one vlan which will provide an internet services for the business lets call it vlan 20. A /28 public address block has been allocated for internet access.
The ethernet link terminates on a Cisco 3825 ISR with a 4 Port ethernet Hwic installed.
What i would like to do is bridge the internet vlan onto the outside interface of an ASA 5510 then back onto the router so that internal users can access both internet resources and the mpls network on a common gateway.
Re: Bridging MPLS Link between ISR Router and ASA Firewall
Thank you for the reply Giuseppe it makes perfect sense, i was having somewhat of a mind block. I was working under the premise that the trunk had to be terminated on the routed interface on an ISR and didnt actually think of terminating it on the HWIC.
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