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inverse-arp on subinterfaces

Is there any problems using inverse-arp on Frame Relay subinterfaces??

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Re: inverse-arp on subinterfaces

It is recommended to hard code the frame-relay

addresses using the frame-relay map statement. However,

inverse-arp can typically be used with no problems. Keep

in mind that they do not change dynamically, once

the entries have been established, they remain in the

router unless it is reloaded. If there is a DLCI or IP address

change, it is a good idea to clear this table by using the

clear frame-relay inarp command.

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