Summary

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* There are five steps required to configure a basic Frame Relay connection.

* The DLCI to IP Address mapping can be done dynamically or statically.

* Locally significant DLCIs have meaning between the customer and the Frame Relay switch only.

* Frame Relay is commonly configured in a hub-and-spoke topology.

* Static DLCI maps are configured with the frame-relay map command.

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Quiz

Use the practice items here to review what you learned in this lesson. The correct answers are found in the Quiz Answer Key.

Q1) Which Frame Relay LMI type is the default on Cisco routers?

A) ANSI

B) IETF

C) Cisco

Q2) Which function does Inverse ARP perform?

A) multicast support

B) periodic keepalive transmission

C) static mappings of DLCIs to local Layer 3 addresses

D) dynamic mappings of DLCIs to remote Layer 3 addresses

Q3) The frame-relay map command is used to create a static map between an IP address and a DLCI.

A) true

B) false

Q4) Locally significant DLCIs mean that the DLCI number has meaning between the individual customer and the Frame Relay switch only.

A) true

B) false

Q5) What is an advantage of designing a hub-and-spoke Frame Relay network?

A) full redundancy

B) requires subinterfaces

C) cost effective

D) partial redundancy

Q6) Which type of encapsulation should be used when connecting equipment from another vendor to a Cisco Frame Relay network?

A)

Cisco

B)

IETF

C)

ANSI

D)

Q.933A

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