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hello there,
I'll go to the point. I have three locations I need to connect to use the same subnet,



                                                                Location 1
                                                               (1721)Router 1
                  Location 2                          atm0   |      | atm1                                 Location 3
            (828)Router 2_____________________/       \_______________________ Router 3(828)

Each interfaces has its own ip address.
Using G.SHDSL interfaces.
when connecting a pc on each router, it works (I can ping all pcs), BUT I can't ping the atm interface on the other routers.
example, I'm connecting to R2, I can't ping R1-atm0, R1-atm1 and R3-atm0.
I think something to do with arp, if yes then how can I add a record.
             
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by:PennGwyn
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Putting multiple location on the same subnet is a Really Bad Idea, because all broadcasts (including, for instance, arp) need to go across the WAN links -- which typically have low bandwidth and high latency.  The point of using routers is to restrict the LAN traffic to stuff that really does need to go between sites.

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by:moe_740
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I know exactly what you mean, but we needed to use bridging because one location have only one pc the second have 6. we also need it for management.
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Moe_740...

If your goal is to use a single subnet across all locations, then you’re going to need to use IRB.  

On each router do something like the following…

conf t
    bridge irb
    int atm <int>
       bridge-group 1
   
     int bvi1
        ip add <ip>

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by:netspec01
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As PennGwyn says, don't do this.  Maybe you could re-phrase your question so that we can help you eliminate the need to use bridging on a WAN?
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by:netspec01
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How are you coming along with your network problem?  Do you need more assistance?
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