Great thanks for your Clarification, but suppose below diagram
R1(500) ---- (501)FR(502) ---- (500)R2
Frame Relay used local addressing to setup three PVC, using (501) to connect with R1, (502) to connect to R2 and (503) to connect to R3. But in other side all router (R1, R2 and R3) using local address (500) to connect to FR.
As you said "The same DLCI is used on different sites to reach the same remote sites (global addressing) is in use", in this case R1 and R2 when they need to reach R3 they using local DLCI (500) and it is local not global. Did I wrong?
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