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Frame reply states

when I use shutdown command to stop the frame pvc in subinterface,I found states of pvc still active in two routers.but when I unplug the line of frame reply,the states of pvc become inactive in two routers.Does the first situation be normal?

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Re: Frame reply states

Interface shutdown should clear that pvc after the lmi loss. Now if you still see that pvc active, pl. issue "sh frame pvc .x/y" and see the status. Also issue "sh interface and see the status. Pl. post it here. Make sure that the same pvc is not active via other interfaces.

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Re: Frame reply states

Interface shutdown should clear that pvc after the lmi loss. Now if you still see that pvc active, pl. issue "sh frame pvc .x/y" and see the status. Also issue "sh interface and see the status. Pl. post it here. Make sure that the same pvc is not active via other interfaces.

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Re: Frame reply states

thank you for your help,according to your explanation,Maybe I know how it happen.

In series interface, I have configured two subinterfaces for frame reply,As I shutdowned one subinterface,the other subinterface was up,of course,LMI was still active in physical line.so pvc status was active.

thanks ricky

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