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802.1q VLAN trunk over bridged DSL (ATM)

Recently, i got some hints on the forum to get my 2 ATM PVC's to bond together via bridging on a 7204VXR. This is working now and i can ping from left to right and ARP seems to work ok.

Now i attached 2950's on both sides and configured a VLAN trunk on the interfaces facing the DSL network. Unfortunately, there's something going wrong in replying to ARP.

When trying to send something from A to B, there's an ARP request going to B. B replies with it's MAC, but this reply is not received by A. I included a packet capture and a diagram so you guys can see what i'm talking about. 7200 config is pretty straightforward :

bridge irb

!

interface atm1/0.162055 point-to-point

bridge-group 10

pvc 16/2055

encapsulation aal5snap

interface atm1/0.162056 point-to-point

bridge-group 10

pvc 16/2056

encapsulation aal5snap

!

bridge 10 protocol ieee

Any help would be very appreciated.

Regards,

Remco Bressers

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Advocate

Re: 802.1q VLAN trunk over bridged DSL (ATM)

The last time I checked you cannot bridge a vlan tagged frame.

Try configuring a flat VLAN on both switches and test again or make the vlan with the machines you are trying to ping to the native vlan on the trunk interfaces for testing.

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Beginner

Re: 802.1q VLAN trunk over bridged DSL (ATM)

If i sniff the VLAN trunk itself, it does add the VLAN-id in the trace, so it seems that the VLAN header does make it through.

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Re: 802.1q VLAN trunk over bridged DSL (ATM)

Post that capture please

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Hall of Fame Master

Re: 802.1q VLAN trunk over bridged DSL (ATM)

Are you doing a lab or real application ?

The proper way to do that is to front-end the router with an ATM switch, like an LS1010 that is extremely cheap on the used market.

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Hall of Fame Expert

Re: 802.1q VLAN trunk over bridged DSL (ATM)

Hello Remco,

in one of the links I've posted in your other thread explains that this setup works for a vlan only.

to be able to carry multiple Vlans you would need a PVC and a bridge-group for each.

Hope to help

Giuseppe