1. DLCI identifies each link / channel uniquely. If 2 sites A & B are connected by frame-relay, A & B have different DLCI No's.
The command mentioned maps remote peer to a local link identifier. e.g. On rtr A, ip add wud be tht of rtr B, while DLCI is the one configured on link of rtr A.
2. When ur sniffing a switchport & capturing a output, the concept is known as SPAN. Here, ur source & destination ports shud be on same switch. In RSPAN or Remote-span, sniffing is done across switches i.e. sorce port will be on 1 switch while destination on other.
3. By this command, u can reduce the time taken by a trunkport to transition to forwarding state. By default it is 50 sec. With the command mentioned, it wud take 12 sec for each state i.e. listenign, learning & fwding. So, the port wud transition to fwd state in just 36 sec instead of 50.
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