We are going to implement a new project for a bank so I wanted to ask you the following:
1) Do Cisco routers have the capability to support Enterprise Extender termination? What I mean is if we can terminate the SNAsw traffic coming from Branches (utilizing BE routers), directly on a router at the head-end offices.
2) The case with this Bank is that they have ATMs that are connected to routers via SNA-SDLC connection and at the moment the traffic is switched utilizing DLSW+.
The ATM traffic is terminated directly at a TANDEM switch.
Is there a possibility to use SNAsw for this traffic? Or the only way to pass the SNA-SDLC traffic is Dlsw+?
If we can use SNASw for the above situation, I would be more than grateful if you could send me some information and perhaps some setup examples regarding the routers configuration.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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