We could give you better answers if you would supply more detail about what you have put into your configuration. But assuming that you really do want to do transparent bridging (and not something like Integrated Routing and Bridging) then I have these suggestions for you.
- configure a bridge group.
- assign the bridge group to the Ethernet interfaces of both routers and to the E1 interfaces of both routers.
- turn off ip routing (no ip routing - this is the step that most people miss in trying to do this).
Your response tells us that you have configured the bridge group and assigned it to the interfaces. But it does not tell us whether you have disabled ip routing as I suggested. Have you done the no ip routing?
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