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Old 09-09-2014, 12:58 AM
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Default ERS5510 broadcast forwarding between VLANs

I have a customer with a ERS5510 deployed in a multi-vlan environment. The IP routing between VLANs is working perfectly.
Recently they deployed a proprietary application that should identify and manage some devices on the network (proprietary as well). The problem is that the devices and the managing workstations reside on a separate VLANs and this application uses broadcasts (UDP\700) in order to locate the devices.

I tried to use the "ip protocol-forward udp" and it worked, but only for a single device due to the nature of this feature.

So, is it possible? And which way can I configure it?

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