I have a frame relay setup with 5 spokes on point to point sub interfaces from my frame head end. I am trying to route traffic from one spoke to the other and seem not to be able to accomplish this using static or dynamic layer 3 routing. Is there something in layer two that I am missing that keeps me from accomlishing this? I am able to route traffic normally from host to spoke and visa versa. Any information would help. Thanks,
I have a default route in all of my routers and it seems to be working on all other traffic. I am trying to go from one spoke to the other spoke via a trace and it dies at my head end router. That router holds a static route to send the traffic for this IP range to a sub interface. There is one configuration that I do have setup. All of my sub interfaces are unumbered ip.
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