I had gotten this to work at one point by blindly trying stuff, but we havd a power and I lost those settings and I am at a loss to get it working again.
If my VLAN 10 interface has the "bridge-group" commands in it, ethernet/IP traffic does not flow to/from my lan on a switch. If I remove the "bridge-group" then traffic flows fine.
bridge irb bridge 10 protocol ieee bridge 10 route ip ! interface BVI 10 no ip address no shutdown ! interface FastEthernet0 description Trunk to Switch 1 spanning-tree portfast switchport mode trunk switchport trunk encapsulation dot1q carrier-delay 10 ! ! interface Vlan10 description Intranet ip address 10.0.0.2 255.255.0.0 ip nat inside ip virtual-reassembly bridge-group 10 bridge-group 10 spanning-disabled
Without the bridge-group stuff, I can actually get the "router" portion to the ADSL cloud to work. But with the "bridge-group" (which is needed for the wireless interfaces) nothing works. And since the link to my dhcp server on the LAN doesn't work, the wireless stuff won't work either since it can't get DHCP responses.
I tried to set the fa0 interface to a switchport access vlan 10, but that didn't make a difference. (it won't let me do "bridge-group" on the ast ethernet interface).
QUESTION: is the bridge-group solely within the router or does it "leak" into trunk lines to other switches ? My 2924 switch doesn't know about bridge-groups.
If I want my router to have an IP address of 10.0.0.2 accessible by hosts in VLAN10, is the setting of the IP in the VLAN10 interface the correct way to do it ? Or shoudl it be in the BVI interface ?