I have a frame-relay network in a hub-and-spoke configuration, 10 remote offices with a connection back to the home office. All remotes can communicate with the home office, but no remote can communicate with another remote.
I tried to setup point-to-point subinterfaces on the home office router (2620), but I'm missing something. I have also read that I don't necessarily need subinterfaces if I'm routing IP (?).
How would you recommend configuring this network to allow some remote offices to communicate with others over IP?
Thanks in advance,
Here is the portion of my home office router that relates:
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