Routing Fundamentals for Cisco CCNA
5. Configuring a Cisco router for Frame Relay Protocol
Overview of configuring Frame Relay:
1. Configure the interfaces that will be used for Frame Relay by using the
"interface [interface name]" command, and then entering the interface configuration mode.
2. Configure the Frame Relay encapsulation type by using the "encapsulation frame-relay [type]" command. The most common type is IETF.
3. Configure the Frame Relay DLCI (Data Link Connection Identifier) by using the
"frame-relay interface-dlci [dlci]" command.
4. Configure the Frame Relay LMI (Local Management Interface) type by using the
"frame-relay lmi-type [type]" command. The most common types are ANSI and Cisco.
5. Optionally, configure the Frame Relay traffic shaping by using the
"frame-relay traffic-shaping [type] [rate]" command.
6. Verify the Frame Relay configuration and status using the
"show frame-relay map" command.
7. Monitor and troubleshoot the Frame Relay protocol using the
"debug frame-relay lmi" command.
Please note that the above steps are a general overview of how to configure Frame Relay on a Cisco router, the specific command syntax and configure may vary depending on the IOS version and your configuration needs.
6. Configuring a Cisco router for BGP protocol