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Re(2): Frame Relay IETF posted 11/09/2006
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Hi Ian,
  AFAIK yes. You need to have the have the same encapsulation type for the hub
and spoke to talk. Remember when you do an encapsulation FR this defaults to
Cisco. In real life scenario if you use a different router to connect via FR to
a Cisco router. If you use encapsulation FR only on the Cisco router. This
set-up is never going to work.
My Two cents,
Angelo

Ian Blaney  (11/10/06  7:21 AM):
>On Spoke 2 router what if I enter a frame map for the other spoke
>
>Would it be
>
>frame map ip 172.1.24.142 301 IETF
>or
>frame map ip 172.1.24.142 301
>
>This is basically my question
>
>
>On 11/9/06, Adam Frederick <AFrederick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>
>> It is necessary to keep IETF consistent on the PVC.
>>
>> Example;
>>
>> Hub Router
>> !
>> interface serial0/0
>> Encapsulaton frame-relay
>> No frame-relay inverse-arp
>> Bandwidth 1544
>> Ip address 172.16.24.141 255.255.255.0
>> Frame map ip 172.16.24.142 102 broad ietf
>> Frame map ip 172.16.24.143 103 broad
>> !
>> !
>> Spoke 1
>> !
>> Interface serial0/0/0.1 point-to-point
>> Encapsulation frame-relay ietf
>> Bandwidth 256
>> Ip address 172.16.24.142 255.255.255.0
>> Frame-relay interface-dlci 201
>> !
>> !
>> Spoke 2
>> !
>> Interface serial0/0
>> Encapsulation frame-relay
>> No frame-relay inverse-arp
>> Bandwidth 256
>> Ip address 172.16.24.143 255.255.255.0
>> Frame map ip 172.1.24.141 301 broad
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of
>> Ian Blaney
>> Sent: Thursday, November 09, 2006 2:40 PM
>> To: ccielab@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> Subject: Frame Relay IETF
>>
>> I am sure this has been asked before but I cannot find the answer in the
>> archives.
>>
>> In a frame relay hub and 2 spokes scenario with static mappings where
>> one
>> spoke is
>> configured with RFC190 "encapsulation frame IETF". Is it necessary to
>> configured
>> IETF on the frame map of the other spoke as well as the hub?
>>
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