OSPF LSA Details

Several types of LSAs exist. This section discusses the nine types of LSAs documented in Table 8-2. Ensuring the ELANs Are Functional between the Source and the Destination

If you configure the ELANs correctly, you should be able to ping each of the interfaces for each MPS and NHS along the default path between the source and destination client. If not, you either configured the ELAN incorrectly, you have a Layer 3 issue such as a bad IP address, or you have some rout...

Configuring WRED for Frame Relay

This section demonstrates the configuration tasks required to enable WRED for Frame Relay. WRED can be configured at the interface level or within the policy-map to initiate the WRED drop mechanism on a per-class basis for CBWFQ or LLQ. Enabling WRED on an Interface To enable WRED on an interf...

Changing the Number of VTYs

If you want to increase the number of VTY ports available on the router for remote access, create a reference to the additional lines in the configuration as follows: Router1#configure terminal Enter configuration commands, one per line.  End with CNTL/Z. Router1(config)#line vty 0 9 Rou...

Configuring FRF.5 Network Interworking

This section discusses the configuration tasks required to enable Frame Relay network interworking (FRF.5) on the Cisco router. The network, consisting of four routers and an ATM LS1010 switch, is depicted in Figure 8-15 and is used to illustrate the configuration examples in this section. Note that...

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