To enable Frame Relay SVC operation on the specified interface, use the frame-relay svc interface configuration command. To disable SVC operation on the specified interface, use the no form of this command
no frame-relay svc
This command has no keywords and arguments.
This command first appeared in Cisco IOS Release 11.2.
SVC operation can be enabled at the interface level only. Once it is enabled at the interface level, it is enabled on all subinterfaces on the interface. One signaling channel, DLCI 0, is set up for the interface, and all SVCs are controlled from the physical interface.
The first use of this command on the router starts all SVC-related processes on the router. If they are already up and running because SVCs are enabled on another interface, no additional action is taken. These processes are not removed once they are created.
The following example enables Frame Relay SVC operation on serial interface 0 and starts SVC-related processes on the router:
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