you should consider using EoMPLS this means deploying MPLS over the IP path or to make routed links layer trunks to be able to extend vlans by simply using 802.1Q trunks ( possible if you are within a campus)
or you would need to upgrade to a later IOS version to use L2TPv3 (if ever supported like in 12.233SRE that is a C7600 ios image to be noted)
If you can't use EoMPLS, there is a trick, but depends on the purpose of the vlan extend...
You can use subinterfaces with dot1q encap between all routed links from point A to point B and then use ip directed broadcast to move the broadcast from one end to the other. Also ip helper is of use when you have to use dhcp.
I repeat. This is not the smartest, but it can be usefull without L2TP and EoMPLS and not for large vlans.
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