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  1. Hi Rene, you as well as always, can you make exactly this, but with OSPF or Eigrp but… Ipv4 and ipv6 inside. ?

    Thanks you a lot

    Greetings from Venezuela

  2. Hi Rene,

    We don’t use the keyword broadcast so how can RIP advertise the networks since the frame relay is NBMA ?

  3. Hi,
    We are using the same topology with one difference. Point-to-point links require an IP Subnet per PVC:
    Why is that one subnet per pvc ?
    Thanks

  4. Hello Sims

    There are a couple of options for creating a frame relay topology.

    If you have multiple sites, you can place all routers from all the sites on one subnet like so:

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    Notice that all serial interfaces are on the same subnet of 10.1.1.0/24. This topology does not require a separate subnet for each link, but one subnet for all routers. This requires the employment of a static frame relay map to map between a next hop protocol address and a DLCI destin

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  5. why we need IGP protocols like eigrp and ospf in Frame relay ?

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