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Re: Free scenario posted 08/15/2000
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How about IRB?
Bridge group 1 the FR and E-net links, create a BVI 1 with the IP addy routing
IP.
Larry

Brian Edwards wrote:

> Here is a decent little scenario (IMHO). If you think it sucks, well you get
> what you pay for. I would like to know how people resolved it (in case there
> are other ways to do this that I didn't think about. Here it is...
>
> [R1]------[R2]------[R3]
>
> R1-R2 link is Frame Relay
> R2-R3 is Ethernet
> All three routers have interfaces on the 10.1.1.0/24 subnet and can ping
> each other directly on that subnet.
> Do not use proxy-ARP to solve the problem.
>
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