so here is another issue i have.
a switch in the north is trunking a VLAN for a client at our central site. The switch in north site is a 3560 and central site node is ASR 9000.
This vlan is extended along with few others to distribution switch (7609) and from there teh same VLAN is trunked to a 2960 device at the same site as that of ASR. The idea is to carry the vlan from teh reote site to teh ASR at our central site and then bridge it to a seperate port on ASR and hook this port up to our fibre patch panel, hence providing a service to the client connecting to us at our northern site and then getting connected to teh internet service provider via teh patch panel.
Since we can not make a port on ASR an access port, i am not sure how we can do the above mentioned interconnect.
Here the configuration example:
interface GigabitEthernet0/0/0/0.100 l2transport
encapsulation dot1q 100
rewrite ingress tag pop 1 symmetric
bridge group cust1
It's in global config (well, in l2vpn config mode actually):
for more details, check:
Thanks guys. The configs just had to be modified a little as i already had a bridge group which was using the same port as an ethernet flow point.
Thanks again and regards
Hi jalal younus
Could you show me the final configuration you used? I have a similar case ( https://supportforums.cisco.com/message/3553558#3553558 ) and I really appreciate it.
Thank you in advance!
sure here is what i have:
transceiver permit pid all
bridge group xxx
interface GigabitEthernet0/2/0/34 -------------> just added this new interface to the existing bridge group.
so what i achieved here is that the interface Bundle-Ether99.526 acts as an EFP(where i terminate the x-connect or extended vlan from the the remote site) . I am then briding this interface with the GigabitEthernet0/2/0/3 and connecting it to the patch pannel inturn.
I hope it helps.
Please help me to configure a telnet configuration in my ASR 9k. Is this the right step for creating telnet in ASR ?
vty-pool pool1 7 80 line-template xan
line template xan