As a CCNA candidate you are familiar with the concept of Frame-Relay, although you do not need to configure the Frame-Relay switch. Since you are working your way to becoming the ultimate networking Guru, you are prepared to do a full Frame-Relay config….that includes the Frame-Relay Switch! Configuring a point-to-multipoint and point-to-point PVC and having ip connectivity is your goal.
- Take a good look at the topology before you start configuring.
- The green lines are PVC’s (Permanent Virtual Circuit) and this is supposed to be a point-to-multipoint.
- Paris should be the “hub” and Berlin and Stockholm are “spoke” routers.
- The blue line is a point-to-point PVC between Paris and Berlin.
- DLCI numbers are shown on the topology picture.
- Use the 192.168.123.0 /24 subnet for the point-to-multipoint connection, use a subinterface.
- Use the 192.168.12.0 /24 subnet for the point-to-point connection, use a subinterface.
- Achieve full IP connectivity, all ip addresses should be pingable.
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