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mithun_raam
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How to do Vlan Bridging ( for specific vlan traffic )

Hi Team,

I have a requirement to do vlan bridging. That is My core switch has vlan 101, which connects to the MPLS router. And users from branch officer reach HQ via MPLS -> Core Switch.

And server segments-1 is located under vlan 105. ans server segment-2 is located under van 110.

 

I need to install traffic optimizer ( RIverbed Steelhead ) to optimize some filtered user traffic, whic his sent for server segment-2. Using vlanl bridging. ( Riverbed also will be connected to the core switch.

that is say user source ip : 192.168.114.0/24 , server segment-2 : 192.168.101.160/29

 

 

I want your help to know,

1. How vlan bridging works and how to configure ?

2. Can we filter specific source & destination address based traffic only to be bridged to riverbed ?

 

thank you.

MIthun R

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Georg Pauwen
VIP Master

Hello,

can you post a schematic drawing of your current setup, and indicate what you are trying to achieve ?

paul driver
VIP Expert

Hello

it seems to me that you need inpath RB so I t connects between you lan and wan rtr.

so to do this  you:

1)connect the lan Interface from  your wan rtr into the RB lan port -(normal straight through cable)

2) connect crossover cable from RB wan port into wan rtr

 

3) connect the a RB mgt primary port into access port(your mgt vlan)  of switch  So you can admin the RB remotely

 

res

paul


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Hello
Also here is the RB support URL so you can review other setups

https://support.riverbed.com/bin/support/static/ei2rup2l0fegpmr2sgjt1cggc4/html/7kdai6aul199rc1crcghv0l4tp/sh_cx_9.6_icg_html/index.html#page/sh_cx_9.6_icg/install.html

Res
Paul

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