On second thought, perhaps the "vpi must be 2" limitation isn't that critical. Since the limitation is on the ATM router and not on the line interface, it means that i can use any vpi values on the line interface when configuring IP-over-ATM, right?
To ensure that i fully understand the limitation, would appreciate if anyone could verify the following for me.
Suppose given the following requirements:
1) my device is directly connected to the C8510 via a E1 link
2) the E1 port used is in slot#4, PAM#0, PORT#0
3) configure IP over ATM on the E1 link on VPI=0 and VCI=50.
0 is just a standard. You should be able to use anything in the ranges as long as your paths are consistent. A UNI header is is 8 bits giving you a range of 0-255, A NNI header is 12 bits and will give you a range of 0-4095. I hope this helps.
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