Perhaps my inexperience is showing, but I'm having some trouble configuring two 1721 routers to communicate and route over a 56k leased line, which I have been told is set for frame-relay. Both routers are installed with a fractional T1 DSU/CSU wic. I've looked through the old configuration walkthroughs, but they all assume installation of a 56k wic and many commands are simply not accepted by the IOS.
Basically, I believe I can telnet into each machine and configure the local IP's just fine, but before I send these routers to their remote locations, I want to make sure they'll plug in and work when they get there. It's probably asking a lot, but can someone help me with a condensed walk-through?
Also, I've noted that the online walk-throughs refer to a line clock to configure speed; as I have both routers with me now, and no access to the actual line, is there a way to hard wire the 56k speed into them?
I had wondered about this. The hardware actually came from a different manufacturer than the leased line. This has turned into something of a consulting nightmare. Also explains why some commands aren't recognized by the service module.
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