On the Cisco forums, an example is shown for how to configure BVI and bridge-groups on an ASR1004 but the same command (bridge-group) is not available under the interface on our ASR routers. Can someone tell us why? We are running version of code:
Hi, I tried to use bvi interface on ASR 1004 but it wasnot successfull.. What should be the problem: ASR learns mac address. but it does not ping the devices. But if i assign the same ip to phisical port, it works (PINGS..) asr 1000 e ait bridging config guide da bulamadim.
bridge irb bridge 1 route ip bridge 1 protocol ieee
interface GigabitEthernet0/0/1 description 6500-BACKBONE-1 no ip address negotiation auto bridge-group 1 ! interface GigabitEthernet0/0/2 description 6500-BACKBONE-2 no ip address shutdown negotiation auto bridge-group 1
interface BVI1 ip address 10.72.33.250 255.255.255. !
OUR ASR is missing the command (see below):
Interface configuration commands:
aaa Authentication, Authorization and Accounting.
access-expression Build a bridge boolean access expression
analysis-module Configure NAM on the interface
arp Set arp type (arpa, probe, snap), timeout, log options or packet priority
backup Modify backup parameters
bandwidth Set bandwidth informational parameter
bfd BFD interface configuration commands
bgp-policy Apply policy propagated by bgp community string
carrier-delay Specify delay for interface transitions
cdp CDP interface subcommands
channel-group Add this interface to an Etherchannel group
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