Multinetting to route non-vlan traffic
Posted on 2013-11-11
Our telecom provider is utilizing VPLS to deliver traffic from two different internal networks (remote offices) to our headquarters (192.168.150.x and 192.168.160.x) using one physical cable. They are only sending raw IP traffic - VLAN tagging is not supported.
I'm looking for programming instructions that will assign one port on an HP ProCurve 2600 to accept the VPLS traffic from both remote networks and send traffic bound for each network out it's own physical port to the upstream router (one port for 192.168.150.x and one port for 192.168.160.x).
Alternative ideas are welcome. Thank you!