I checked that out and that must be new. I recently moved to 12.2 in my WAN routers and before that they didn't even show anything from a frame map because the lines are point-to-point. It is not showing bandwidth on my circuits that use lmi-type ansi. Is that a limitation?
I'm not sure if it's LMI-dependent or not, but I have seen instances where PVCs have 0 CIR. In this case, the map statement does not show a CIR, even to indicate that it is "0". BTW, the CIR indication is BW in the frame-relay map report.
I have point-to-point sub-interfaces on my frame relay interfaces myself, and the CIRs (non-zero) do show up on the maps.
I am curious about any LMI dependency upon whether or not CIR is displayed in the frame-relay map. I'll research, but someone may beat me to it.
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