Trunk on Cisco 877

Hello I have this scenario:
HQ:
cisco 877
network 192.168.1.0/24
Remote site A:
network 192.168.1.0/24
these two places are connected via a Wireless transparent layer2 link and
everything works perfect.
Reply to
Elia S.
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Firstly the wireless link will need to support 802.1q trunking. Otherwise forget it.
Firstly - as well - you will need Advanced IP Services feature set on the 870 to have support for multiple vlans.
! I am dubious about config mode configuration of vlans ! on 870's so I use vlan database.
vlan database vlan 255 exit
int vlan 1 ip address 172.16.0.0 255.255.254.0
int vlan 255 ip address 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0
int fa 0 switchport access vlan 255
int fa 1 switchport access vlan 255
int fa 2 switchport access vlan 255
int fa 3 sw mode trunk ! or otherwise get trunking working.
! you will need to get the trunking mode the same on both ends of the ! link regarding trunk negotiation or otherwise.
I can imagine the wireless kit being "trunk transparent" or "trunk knowledgable" - or of course "trunk impossible". You will have to get support/info from the suppliers.
The non-cisco kit is up to you:-)
Reply to
bod43
Thank you bod for you help yesterday I managed it to work. I created two vlans and each one to a single port. untagged vlans, (port based) . the wireless bridge is a standard L2 bridge so it let flow vlan tagged packets flawlessy.
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Firstly the wireless link will need to support 802.1q trunking. Otherwise forget it.
Firstly - as well - you will need Advanced IP Services feature set on the 870 to have support for multiple vlans.
! I am dubious about config mode configuration of vlans ! on 870's so I use vlan database.
vlan database vlan 255 exit
int vlan 1 ip address 172.16.0.0 255.255.254.0
int vlan 255 ip address 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0
int fa 0 switchport access vlan 255
int fa 1 switchport access vlan 255
int fa 2 switchport access vlan 255
int fa 3 sw mode trunk ! or otherwise get trunking working.
! you will need to get the trunking mode the same on both ends of the ! link regarding trunk negotiation or otherwise.
I can imagine the wireless kit being "trunk transparent" or "trunk knowledgable" - or of course "trunk impossible". You will have to get support/info from the suppliers.
The non-cisco kit is up to you:-)
Reply to
Elia S.

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