SNA Over Ethernet across Internet Link

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by PATCHES, May 5, 2008.

  1. PATCHES

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    I currently have a Cisco 2500 series router that supports a serial
    (sna/sdlc) connection on a point to point circuit. My customer has
    requested that the current circuit be removed and the traffic be sent
    across the internet to their office. I have been looking at the
    different available options and had settled on a STUN solution.
    Recently I have come across the option to use DLSW instead.

    My question has several parts.

    What transport method should I use, which is the best, and what does
    it take to implement each?

    I kind of understand how to configure the STUN configuration on the
    Cisco router ports.

    Any help will appreciated.

    Thanks
     
    PATCHES, May 5, 2008
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