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Frame Relay Question

when a interface is configure like this

frame-relay intf-type dce

frame-relay route 210 interface Serial2/0/7:0 110

frame-relay route 215 interface Serial3/1/14:0 115

frame-relay route 220 interface Serial2/0/18:0 120

frame-relay route 225 interface Serial1/1/4:0 125

is it considered a point to point or a point to multipoint..

i noticed that you can only specify point to point or multipoint if you use subinterfaces, so what does it default to when you dont use subinterfaces..

Thanks in advance

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Re: Frame Relay Question

Phil

If you configure Frame Relay on the main physical interface instead of using subinterfaces it will be treated as a multipoint interface by default.

HTH

Rick

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Re: Frame Relay Question

Phil

If you configure Frame Relay on the main physical interface instead of using subinterfaces it will be treated as a multipoint interface by default.

HTH

Rick

Re: Frame Relay Question

HI Friend,

This config stands for frame relay switch or if you have router configured as frame relay switch so there should not be any question of point to point or multipoint cause this concept comes at CPE router.

Now if CPE router is not configured with subinterface then bydefault nature is multipoint.

Check this link for more information on frame relay

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk713/tk237/technologies_tech_note09186a008014f8a7.shtml#topic2

HTH

Ankur

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