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    Default fram-relay lab

    hi;

    tried to use the same config in the tutorial for my lab, it seem that something is missing here ,

    can't ping ....

    what i have done wrong again....


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    What config?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cisco_trooper
    Yup, I concur.
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    I assume he means this, "CCNA TechLab: Configuring a Frame Relay network"

    http://www.techexams.net/techlabs/ccna/lab_fr.shtml


    Is that what you're talking about figo10?
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    I assume he means this, "CCNA TechLab: Configuring a Frame Relay network"

    http://www.techexams.net/techlabs/ccna/lab_fr.shtml


    Is that what you're talking about figo10?


    yes, this lab scenario...

    i did try to do the same thing here for my home lab, but it didn't work...

    can you pls let me know if there is any things missing in that excercise

    thanks.


    by lab is
    1x2520 - frame-relay switch
    2x2611
    1x2610
    2x2950
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    double check your frame-maps
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    I just did that lab using 3 2501's, 1 as the FR switch and the other 2 as the end points and it worked grand.

    Check your interface configs, DLCI mappings and IP addressing again.

    Did you verify with the show commands as suggested in the lab at each stage?

    Post up your configs if you're still having trouble after checking everything again.
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