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August 25, 2006, 4:08 am
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Re: Frame Relay and DLCI
I guess that:
You could ping because the frame-relay switch in between does
inverse frame-relay arp. Which means that dynamically a mapping between
layer 2 (DLCI) and layer 3 (IP address) is determined.
You can disable this by setting: no frame-relay inverse-arp
on the interface. However, you need to add a static frame-map
to bind the DLCI to the (broadcast) IP address of the other side
in case of a point-2-multipoint interface:
frame-relay map ip <IP> <DLCI> [broadcast]
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