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Assistance with Frame Relay Hub and Spoke setup

Here is the scenario. 4 2500 series routers 12.2 Enterprise Plus IOS

R1 Hub

R2 Spoke

R3 Spoke

Frm_Sw frame switch.

R1 can hit both spokes

both spokes can hit R1.

Spokes CANNOT hit each other. I am sure this is something very basic that i am missing, but I cant figure it out.

Rip V2 is running, split horizon is off on all routers.

Attached is my config... would appreciate some assistance.

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Re: Assistance with Frame Relay Hub and Spoke setup

just add one more frame relay map on both the spoke with the appropriate outgoing dlci with the other spoke ipaddress as destination...on local spoke

regards

Devang

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Re: Assistance with Frame Relay Hub and Spoke setup

You got it... right before you posted that.. i did that.. THANKS it works now.

I messed up and forgot to add that your response solved my issue... sorry. Hopefully an admin can fix that.

Re: Assistance with Frame Relay Hub and Spoke setup

ya its my plasure but you can do it now... just kidding....

thanks for your rate...

regards

Devang

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Re: Assistance with Frame Relay Hub and Spoke setup

Please include your "Network" statements under "Router RIP"

Make sure you are advertise the right segments on teh right routers.

If this was a static routing situation, you put a static route on A, for B's network, by way of the hub ... and vice-versa

The hub knows where the spokes are because they are directly connected ... one spoke doesn't know where the other is because they can't see each other ... that's where the routing protocol does its work.

Make sure you have a "network" statement under Router RIP on both spoke routers, and that it's config'd for the right network address.

Good Luck

Scott

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