Looking for Cisco 827 Config for a Layer 3 Routed VC-MUX connection ?
Got a client with a Layer 3 Routed connection using a Cisco 827 and encapsulation aal5snap. It was working good til a week a go. They no longer get any data flow when using LLC/SNAP (aal5snap) on the 827 but the service has been proven to work fine using VC-MUX on another ADSL modem/router.
How do I change the encapsulation on a cisco 827 so VC-MUX encapsulation is used? I've tried configuring the pvc 8/35 to use "encapsulation aal5mux ip" but that hasn't restored data flow. I presume it's more than just changing from "aal5snap" to "aal5mux ip" ???
Re: Looking for Cisco 827 Config for a Layer 3 Routed VC-MUX con
I tried it without the "protocol ip" part because I don't know what the IP is on the Telco's side. I thought it was as simple as changing the encapsulation from aal5snap to aal5mux. I know with aal5snap, we didn't need to specify any "protocol ip" line.
Basically, the client has a /30 subnet from the ISP/Telco and through that /30, the Telco route the client's /27 through it. I've got no idea that protocol IP the client should be using ???
The first usable IP of the /30 is the gateway on the Telco's side and the second usable IP resides on the client's side.
I've checked the cisco web site and they keep making reference to some protocol ip when using aal5mux. I have no idea what they are talking about.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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