I have searched this forum already for this problem but didn't find any sorts of solution. I have attached the configs of both routers separated through WAN Cloud but communication is not happening b/w 2 PCs.
Since i can't go for transporting L2 traffic over GRE b/c Cisco doesn't supports this solution & bridge-group command is not working on the tunnel interface.
Next i can't go for L2TPv3 b/c Service Provider is not supporting that....
Note: "bridge irb" is already enabled on both routers.
if you are trying to run a bridged environment then why are you implementing DLSW? DLSW is used for an SNA or non routable type traffic. Are your PC's running this type traffic? If not then you can just bridge the traffic and do not run DLSW. If you need DLSW then take away the bridging. DLSW will use the IP transport to get your traffic across the IP link. If you need bridging then do a show bridge group and show bridge commands to see the status of the bridge and if your addresses are forwarding onto the WAN link. As for pinging the routers at both ends, since these are bridged devices the subnet on one end is the same on the other end. If you do not have a default gateway defined for these devices then they do not know how to get traffic off their subnet. Not only that but you also need to define a static route on both routers pointing to the remote subnet through the WAN link.
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