If all the spokes are in the same subnet then it certainly points at a multipoint implementation. For hub and spoke Frame Relay the use of point to point subinterfaces is usually the preferred practice. Unless there is some particular reason to implement multipoint I would suggest that point to point is the better way to go.
if we want to go for the point to point then we need to put all spoke in different subnet... right...but as per the diagram all spokes are in the same subnet then we are having point to multipoint configuration right and here he had not given the dlci...i think here we need to have the 12 DLCI as there are 6 spoke and one hub for partial mesh...right...
Fady posted the drawing and asked if we had advice. My advice is that if he is committed to having all spokes in the same subnet that this implies that it must be a point to multipoint implementations. But that if he was looking for a best practices suggestion that the best practice for Frame Relay Hub and Spoke is to configure point to point subinterfaces (with each spoke in a different subnet).
in above configuration you have configure 10.170.4.254 ip addresses on both the sub interface so there should be change make it correct...and now you are using the FR point to point configuration...and as per your visio diagram you are having stub type of environment on spoke router so i will suggess you to use the EIGRP with stub at spoke router but still wait for the other reply...
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