the BVI number points to the bridge-group number and so they must match in a working configuration
in other words: there is no explicit command to associate a BVI to a bridge-group so the match is required
It is the same like in a multilayer switch with SVIs: the L3 interface vlan X refers to broadcast domain vlan X ( L2 concept)
in IRB the BVI plays the role of SVI in a multilayer switch it provides L3 services you couldn't route without IRB, you are bridging IPv4 within bridge-group 1 interfaces and you can route IPv4 from bridge-group 1 to/from other L3 interfaces via the associated BVI.
I wonder about the native Vlan; in my case vlan 6--- [F0/0.6 encapsulation dot1q 6 native]. I wonder if there is a vlan/STP mismatch that causes STP (ieee) to become a broadcast like when you connect Cisco switches to non-Cisco switches?
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