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BGP with Frame Relay

I have used a Cisco 2600 series router with two T1 connections setup with a shadow line from my ISP. I now also have a frame relay connection to a remote office. I would like to know if the 2600 can handle using the frame connection as a backup route to the internet the same way it currently uses the two T1's. I also have a Cisco 3600 on the frame connection at this time. Any of these can be used for this project. I just would like to know if any of these routers can do the job? The end result should be one T1 connection and 1 frame connection used as a backup route instead of the current configuration of one active T1 and one shadow T1. Thanks for any thoughts. Also, any installation tips would be helpful.

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Re: BGP with Frame Relay

please explain how this has to do with bgp ?

where are you running bgp, and who are speaking to

(isp with the T-1, or both isp with T-1 and over

the frame ?)

how fast is the frame ? can you just use floating static routes ? why bgp ?

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