I don't ever recall having seen the CIR show up in the show frame map command........some providers do not pass that information in the LMI, you can see if you are receiving this by doing a debug frame lmi
Serial2/3 (up): ip 192.168.10.50 dlci 56(0x38,0xC80), static,
IETF, BW = 16000, status defined, active
The "BW = 16000" is the CIR on the given PVC. It isn't related to encapsulation, so I think it must be something that a frame-relay provider puts in with their LMI. I will do the debug as you suggest and see if I can see it.
I haven't seen BW on LMI types other than Cisco (though my sample size is small), but it is true I have some circuits that use Cisco LMI and BW does not show up, even though the frame-relay provider has assured me that the CIR is there.
If the BW comes from LMI and since LMI doesn't know about sub-interfaces, would it be fair to say that BW could not appear on the mapping for a PVC on a sub-interface?
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