frame-relay map to zeroes posted 11/30/2006
- Subject: frame-relay map to zeroes
- From: Iamgoingtobeaccie Iamgoingtobeaccie <heyiamgoingtobeaccie@xxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 1 Dec 2006 02:56:13 +0000 (GMT)
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When I configure frame-relay with main interfaces,I often see maps to 0.0.0.0. I know thats a problem and I save the config and reload the routers to remove them.
How would I prevent them from appearing.I follow the below method.
2)no frame inv
3)no sh(I make sure I bring up the interface only after disabling inverse ARP)
Inspite of this,maps to zeroes are seen in 'show frame map' output.
Is there a better practise to prevent this.Should I bring up the interface of a router only after I disabled Inverse ARP in all of the frame relay routers.
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