Hi everyone, I am trying to create a vlan mapping tunnel on a cisco sg350 switch, and I cant seem to figure out the full configuration. From the documentation about the configuration, https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/support/docs/smb/switches/cisco-350-series-managed-switches/smb5822-configure-vlan-mapping-on-a-switch-through-the-cli.html?dtid=osscdc000283 I understood the following: vlan -mapping is done when packet enters interface, so vlan-mapping must be done on UNI interface, facing local network, and which must be in trunk mode, and have the S-VLAN as an allowed VLAN, but I could not find any mention about the uplink interface configuration, I must match C-VLANS with 1 S-VLAN, I initially tried to do vlan-mapping on uplink but no succes so far.
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Hello everyone, i have an issue with a remote location, accessible for me from 2 providers, to make it work, i use EIGRP on both linked, i used bandwidth and delay to make the links have the desired order on my hub router, the issue is that i use NAT on the remote location
to make eigrp work through NAT i used ip route 192.168.1.0 (inside global ip class) 255.255.255.0 null 0 so that EIGRP can promote the network, but the issue is that if the link to the local network fails he still promotes the network, even if the physical interface is down
can i connect someway the local physical interface to the route i made using null0 interface, so that router promotes link only when physical interface ip up?
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