I have a frame-relay Hub and spokes topology of four routers as listed below:
R1= Hub with two sub-interfaces, one to R2 p-t-p.
The second interface is Multipoint connecting R3 and R4.
My problem is that whenever sh frame map was issued on R2 it show the DLCI mapping to R3 and R4. But when clear frame inarp is issued it clears the unwanted DCLIs and present the real DLCI, same happens with R3 and R4 showing link to R2 which ought not be. But when "clear fram inarp"
the false link is vanished.
Is this normal or i have done something wrong?. The "no frame inverse-arp" is configured.
I hope i present an understandable content of request?
i take it that the only place one would do such senario is the CCIE lab.... any way this is not normal behaviour but then again not a behavior that can cause problems also. Have you tried entering the command "no arp frame-relay" on the hub router..? if it still shows the unwanted dlci's then ios bug would be my answer..
I am currently studying for CCIP with the aim for SP soon. With all humility may i tell you that it as been proven that there is nothing like "no arp frame-relay" this command stops nothing, i equally test this and realized it does nothing. You can only stop frame-relay from learning about remote DLCIs (no frame inverse-arp) but you can't stop it from responding to inverse-arp request (no arp frame-relay) except you shut down the interface.
Back to my initial request i still hope someone can help me further?.
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