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Bridge mode configuration

is it possible to configure cisco router 2801 in bridge mode?  I have a T1 frame from provider and I want to terminate to my PAN 200 that does not support T1 card, so I want to use the cisco 2801 that has a CSU/DSU WIC as bridge mode.
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PINOLEAuthor Commented:
I need to put the router in bridge mode so that the public ip address can be directly assigned to the interface of my PAN 200 FW.
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Don JohnstonInstructorCommented:
bridge 1 protocol ieee
int s0/0 !(or whatever interface you have)
 bridge-group 1
int e0/0
 bridge-group 1
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PINOLEAuthor Commented:
thanks for the answer, what about line coding? encapsulation framerelay?  do I need to specify that?
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Don JohnstonInstructorCommented:
Yes. The serial interface will need to be configured for the F/R connection.
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PINOLEAuthor Commented:
what about PPP?  would it work too?

Thank you
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Don JohnstonInstructorCommented:
That would depend on the circuit and your provider.

I have a T1 frame from provider
I am assuming you meant frame-relay over T1.
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