I am having trouble connecting a 2800 with integrated T1 WIC to Verizon frame-relay service in the Chicago area. The setup is so simple I just can't imagine why it doesn't work. The Verizon techs have looked at my config and they agree that it SHOULD work. However they shipped their own Adtran router to the site, got it up and running and therefore are claiming its a Cisco problem. I have included the config because like I said, it so simple I don't know what to tweak or change.
I am trying to verify encaps and clock with Verizon. The output of the commands you suggested are consistent with what the Verizon tech is reporting. He says that he is not getting LMI from my side and the show frame LMI command gives no output. I guess the question is why?
We are pleased to announce availability of Beta software for 16.6.3.
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