#CCNA still makes us think about static Frame Relay mapping. Even when Frame Relay was more popular in real networks, many companies simply didn’t use the frame-relay map command, preferring to instead use the frame-relay interface-dlci command as shown in
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This latest Frame Relay #CCNA lab painted you into, well, two different possible corners. The requirement to use as many defaults as possible, plus as few commands as possible, may have pointed you towards using the frame-relay interface-dlci command. As
This next #CCNA lab takes the 2nd big step in peeling back the Frame Relay configuration onion. Another recent (related) Frame Relay lab looked at config using physical interfaces, while this lab looks at the same design using multipoint subinterfaces.
While doing these #CCNA Frame Relay lab posts, thought I’d ask: how much does your network actually use Frame Relay any more? Weigh in with this poll.
Well, things went sideways, plus I thought I had posted this answer. Sorry about that… Anyway, go back to the original post for the config museum lab, which basically asked for a short a config as possible to get Frame
While this #CCNA Config Museum lab follows the usual rules, this one is part of a broader plan for the next few weeks here in the blog. This lab looks at a minimalist FR config using physical interfaces. However, it
This blog post can be a stand-alone lab, but it is also a continuation of an earlier museum piece. The earlier lab asked you to configure Frame Relay, without the IP addressing. This lab adds the IP Addressing details to
This blog post simply lists the answers to the earlier Config VM from a few days ago. As with all the Config Museum pieces, the goal is to give you a straightforward set of lab requirements: no guile, no tricks,
This blog post is the first of a couple of related Config Museum pieces. As with all Config Museum pieces, this post plainly states some requirements that lead you to then create a configuration. The matching answers post will then
Feel the need to work through how Frame Relay DLCIs work? This is a way to apply those ideas and prove you know how DLCIs really work. Now that I’ve posted the first drill of this type, I’ll keep the