How to remove a frame relay mapping to ip address

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Mar 2nd, 2008
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I took the CCIE R&S exam a few days ago and a question was to statically define frame relay mapping between two routers.

The problem was that there was multiple maps to ip on a Serial interface and I didn't know how to remove its. Of course, to have the points for that question, you were supposed to remove those mappings...

If anyone knows from where it comes and what is the way to remove it.



Pierre-Louis Gingembre

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Bonjour Pierre

I am just curious as to whether you tried the command "no frame map ip" and if so did this not work?

I am studying for my CCNP at present so the frame relay configurations I have worked with may not be as complex as that for CCIE. But that is how I would have attempted to remove these frame map statements.

Best Regards,


plgingembre Sun, 03/02/2008 - 08:42
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Hello Michael,

As you can imagine, that was the first thing I have tried to do, but the result was : %no frame relay maps for

Thanks for your reply.



Edison Ortiz Sun, 03/02/2008 - 09:10
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no frame-relay inverse-arp on the serial interface and reboot the router.




plgingembre Sun, 03/02/2008 - 09:22
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Hello HTH,

Thanks for your answer...

I'll try this as soon as possible.



dongdongliu Sun, 03/02/2008 - 19:55
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since there do not have only one router are connected via frame-relay switch, maybe "no frame-relay inverse-arp & no arp frame-relay" are needed.




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