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OPT_E_MAN

Hello all,

Does anyone has some info about OPT_E_MAN, I want to run from A to B with two 3750.

Thank you.

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Re: OPT_E_MAN

It'll work fine. You'll probably want to route over the circuit. Otherwise, AT&T lines to charge you for Mac addresses coming across the circuit. Don't quote me but I believe they allow 32 before charging extra.

John

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Re: OPT_E_MAN

the easiest way is to set up a routed port. Say you want to use g1/0/1 on both switches. You'll configure each port as a routed port (no switchport) and then put an ip address on it. You can use a /30 between the 2 switches. It depends on what else you're going to want to do with this circuit as to if you'll need a routing protocol or just static routes.

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Re: OPT_E_MAN

It'll work fine. You'll probably want to route over the circuit. Otherwise, AT&T lines to charge you for Mac addresses coming across the circuit. Don't quote me but I believe they allow 32 before charging extra.

John

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HTH, John *** Please rate all useful posts ***
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OPT_E_MAN

Thanks John, do you have any template config or web site for that, I never done that before.

Thank you.

Re: OPT_E_MAN

the easiest way is to set up a routed port. Say you want to use g1/0/1 on both switches. You'll configure each port as a routed port (no switchport) and then put an ip address on it. You can use a /30 between the 2 switches. It depends on what else you're going to want to do with this circuit as to if you'll need a routing protocol or just static routes.

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HTH, John *** Please rate all useful posts ***
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