Which two items allow the router to map data link layer addresses to network layer addresses in a Frame Relay network?
LMI protocol, Invers ARP
Both ATM and Frame Relay are ways to connect your local network router to an ISP Read More
Which technology is used to dynamically map next hop network layer addresses to virtual circuits in a Frame Relay network?
inverse ARP Read More
Frame Relay is a WAN (Wide Area Network) encapsulation protocol. It is considered a Multi-Access-Non-Broadcast medium. Each router has a DLCI number that will uniquely identify a specific route, however that DLCI is locally significant only. Data from your router will be sent into the Frame-Relay cloud, there the frames are switched (OSI layer 2). The path traveled is only there when it is needed. Your Service Provider might be switching towards MPLS though. Read More
Serial interfaces do not pass any MAC information because the information is formed using WAN encapsulation (PPP. HDLC, Frame Relay). Read More
Frame Relay is a packet-switching technology. It works by sending information in packets, which are called frames, through a shared frame-relay network. Read More
IP, Ethernet, Frame Relay, ... IP, Ethernet, Frame Relay, ... IP, Ethernet, Frame Relay, ... IP, Ethernet, Frame Relay, ... Read More
ATM as well as frame relay are switched WANs. Frame relay protocol was designed to replace X.25 . ATM is advantageous as it is a cell network and a cell network uses the cell as a basic unit of data exchange and are small and fixed size block of information . Read More
A means of providing access to the Frame Relay network over a DSL connection Read More
No. Frame Relay is not operating at Layer 3. Frame Relay is strictly a Layer 2 protocol suite, whereas X.25 provides services at Layer 3 (the network layer) as well. This enables Frame Relay to offer higher performance and greater transmission efficiency. Read More
A router is a networking device that helps relay traffic from one network to another, and vice versa. For example, a typical broadband Internet connection router relays traffic from the private network within the home to the public (Internet) network outside. Rules dictate which portion of the traffic on either side passes through the router. For example, networking messages exchanged between a PC and a networked printer within the home will not pass the router… Read More
Which bit is set by a Frame Relay switch to inform the source station that there is congestion on the network?
FECN Read More
to create a mapping of DLCI to Layer 3 addresses that belong to remote peers Read More
These are high-speed serial interfaces that will connect to a Telco's equipment which provides you with leased-line or frame-relay connectivity. Read More
there are varias component of networking by whome wee can creat a network like as Hub,switch,router and frane relay. with the help of that divises wee can create LAN/WAN network Read More
show frame-relay map Read More
The command frame-relay map ip 10.121.16.8 102 broadcast was entered on the router what is true concerning this command?
The broadcast option allows packets, such as RIP updates, to be forwarded across the PVC Read More
Virtual Circuit is Created. Each circuit is known by its DLCI. i.e. Data Link Connection Identifier. Read More
Frame relay has more robust quality of service functionality Read More
There are various differences between X.25 and Frame Relay. The most significant are: 1. Call Control X.25 connection establishment and release (call control) use in-band signaling within the same virtual channel used for user data transmission causing additional overhead. Frame Relay call control uses separate virtual channels identified by reserved DLCI using the LMI (Local Management Interface) protocol. 2. Routing vs. Switching X.25 performs packet switching on OSI layer 3 (network layer); Frame Relay performs… Read More
both are the common inter networking devices(functionally) but the layer 3 switch has the functionality of both switch and router, layer 3 switch are most commonly used in frame relay networks, layer 3 switches are also capable of inter vlan routing Read More
hal-loosi Read More
DLCI Read More
wireless Internet access at home, you probably have a little box called a router that plugs into your telephone socket. A router is a bit like a sophisticated modem: it's a standalone computer whose job is to relay connections to and from the Internet. At home, you might use a router to connect several computers to the Internet at once (saving on the need for several separate modems). In other words, the router does two… Read More
The Cisco IGX 8400 [it's a label router] is alleged to be ideal for post, telephone, and telegraph (PTT) carriers and alternative providers that deliver frame relay and asynchronymous transfer mode (ATM) services (and more...). Read More
How can you use Frame Relay with DSL-based access while still offering service level agreement guarantees?
By implementing Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) in the DSL access and backbone network Read More
The 1993 Acura Legend fuel pump relay switch can be found attached to the vehicle frame, next to the fuel tank. The fuel pump relay will be on the left side of the fuel tank frame. Read More
Well I don't know about that but something similar is getting a wireless repeater relay, that should double the distance of your original router if that's what you're looking for. Hope that helps. Read More
what are the hardware and requirements for a WAN Read More
In a multipoint topology the hub can send to one or more systems based on an address. Frame Relay is the most common technology to implement this scheme, and it is typically used as a WAN technology. All the remote connection points are connected to a single Frame Relay switch or router port, and communication between sites is managed by that central point. In hub and spoke, all spokes or only one spoke hears a… Read More
The fuel pump relay switch can be found on the vehicle frame rail. The relay switch will be to the left of the front of the fuel tank. Read More
Identify the command that will allow the cisco ios software to return to the default lmi type on interface serial 0-1 the lmi command is already set to the lmi type defined jointly by cisco and three?
Router(config-if)#no frame-relay lmi-type cisco Read More
James P. Cavanagh has written: 'Frame relay applications' -- subject(s): Computer networks, Business enterprises, Case studies, Frame relay (Data transmission) Read More
In the Telecommunications book on Page 180. The answer is Yes it does have a fixed-length frame of 53 octets. Read More
Gigabit Ethernet interface Controller interface Serial interface Multilink Group interface MFR (Multilink Frame Relay bundle interface) Dialer interface Loopback interface Tunnel interface ATM interface Read More
The fan relay turns the radiator cooling fan on and off. The most common location for this relay is mounted on the front left frame rail. Read More
it does not have a relay for the fans. they are controlled by the fan control module located underneath the driver side frame rail. Read More
It is 45 Mbps. Read More
In networking, PDU means "protocol data unit", and it is the generic name of the "packets" of data used at different levels of the network. Using the numbering of the OSI layers: At layer 2, the PDUs are called "frame". Example: An Ethernet frame, a frame-relay frame. At layer 3, the PDUs are called "packets". Example: An IP packet. At layer 4, the PDUs are called "segments". Example: A TCP segment, a UDP segment. Read More