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RE: Priscilla - DLCI all MANUAL mapping ???? [7:76005] posted 09/23/2003
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It's a different technology, and on a different layer than IP.  Yes, all the
switches need to be configured individually.  Whether this is done manually
by hand, or using some provisioning software I'm not sure, but it sure as
heck gives the telco's an excuse for taking 45 days to turn up a circuit.
Oh wait, that's for a regular T1 also.  Hmm, well, I'm sure they have an
excuse for that also.  After all, they have to configure DACS and all...

Fred Reimer - CCNA


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-----Original Message-----
From: Steven Aiello [mailto:sma92878@xxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Tuesday, September 23, 2003 12:51 PM
To: cisco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Priscilla - DLCI all MANUAL mapping ???? [7:76005]

So does that mean if there are 20 frame switches in the network that 
someone will have to enter the map through the network on every switch 
by hand?  Holy goodness batman thats alot of configuration....

Do I have that right?

Is Frame Relay really that much faster than IP routing, to where it 
would pay to do this?

Thanks,
Steve
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