I'm currently looking at configuring a second bridge on a cisco switch, however it appears that all interfaces are 'automatically' in the first bridging interface because they are part of Vlan1, which is part of the bridge interface.
Is this simply because Vlan1 is the special case of all interfaces until otherwise defined, or am I missing something?
bridge irb bridge 1 protocol ieee bridge 1 route ip interface FastEthernet0 no ip address no cdp enable ! interface FastEthernet1 no ip address no cdp enable ! interface Vlan1 description "my-first-bridge" no ip address bridge-group 1 bridge-group 1 spanning-disabled ! switch1#show bridge Total of 300 station blocks, 295 free Codes: P - permanent, S - self Bridge Group 1: Address Action Interface Age RX count TX count 0080.XXXX.YYYY forward Vlan1 0 1894232 678976 7403.XXXX.YYYY forward Vlan1 0 108572 5269 accc.XXXX.YYYY forward Vlan1 0 321219 277407 accc.XXXX.YYYY forward Vlan1 1 293357 250052 3ca8.XXXX.YYYY forward Vlan1 0 465903 846206
How would I make one of the interfaces exclusively for vlan2 and bridge-group 2 ?