We have a small remote location a block away from our main building connected via bridged T1. Here's the flow:
Main Building >> 2801 >> T1 << 2801 << Remote Building
This is currently operating as a bridged connection between the two locations. We are having a problem with DHCP requests not working at the Remote Building as well as specific UDP(port 7700) traffic. I tried working with ip-forward protocol commands but that didn't appear to help.
Is there any solution available to help in this situation - allow DHCP traffic and UDP traffic to flow between locations?
The ip forward-protocol is used only with IP forwarding of traffic. And since you have configured no ip routing on both routers the ip forward-protocol statements you have configured are not doing any good and just complicate the configuration. I suggest that you remove them to clean up the config.
Is there a reason why you have not configured bridge-group 1 on the Ethernet interfaces that are configured with IP addresses? I suggest that you put bridge-group on these interfaces.
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