Technical Documentation

Example Step: Configuring Bridge Domains

To configure the bridge domains on all three routers:

  1. Configure a bridge domain on Router 1:

    [edit]bridge-domains {vlan100 {domain-type bridge;vlan-id 100;interface ge-2/2/1.100;interface ae1.100;}vlan200 {domain-type bridge;vlan-id 200;interface ge-2/2/1.200;interface ge-2/2/6.200;interface ae1.200;}vlan201 {domain-type bridge;vlan-id 201;}vlan202 {domain-type bridge;vlan-id 202;}vlan203 {domain-type bridge;vlan-id 203;}vlan204 {domain-type bridge;vlan-id 204;}vlan205 {domain-type bridge;vlan-id 205;}}
  2. Configure a bridge domain on Router 2:

    [edit]bridge-domains {vlan100 {domain-type bridge;vlan-id 100;interface ge-2/2/2.100;interface ae1.100;interface ae3.100;}vlan200 {domain-type bridge;vlan-id 200;interface ge-3/3/3.200;interface ae1.200;interface ae3.200;}}
  3. Configure a bridge domain on Router 3:

    [edit]bridge-domains {vlan100 {domain-type bridge;vlan-id 100;interface ge-2/2/2.100;interface ae3.100;}vlan200 {domain-type bridge;vlan-id 200;interface ge-3/3/3.200;interface ae3.200;}vlan201 {domain-type bridge;vlan-id 201;}vlan202 {domain-type bridge;vlan-id 202;}vlan203 {domain-type bridge;vlan-id 203;}vlan204 {domain-type bridge;vlan-id 204;}vlan205 {domain-type bridge;vlan-id 205;}}

Published: 2010-04-12