Frame Relay Labs

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Here is the complete list of the 21 Frame Relay configuration scenarios included in this package:

1. Frame-Relay Back-to-Back (no Frame Switch)
2. Frame-Relay Inverse-ARP
3. Frame-Relay Static Mapping
4. Frame-Relay Inverse-ARP & Static Mappings
5. Frame-Relay Multipoint Interfaces: Inverse-ARP
6. Frame-Relay Multipoint Interfaces: Static Mappings
7. Frame-Relay Multipoint Interfaces: Inverse-ARP & Static Mappings
8. Frame-Relay Point-to-Point (P-to-P) Subinterfaces
9. Frame-Relay P-to-P Subinterfaces and Main Interfaces: Inverse-ARP
10. Frame-Relay P-to-P Subinterfaces and Main Interfaces: Static Mappings
11. Frame-Relay P-to-P Subinterfaces and Multipoint Subinterfaces: Inverse-ARP
12. Frame-Relay P-to-P Subinterfaces and Multipoint Subinterfaces: Static Mapping
13. Frame-Relay Multipoint Subinterface, Inverse-ARP and Main Interface, Inverse-ARP
14. Frame-Relay Multipoint Subinterface, Inverse-ARP and Main Interface, Static Mapping
15. Frame-Relay Multipoint Subinterface, Static Mapping and Main Interface, Inverse-ARP
16. Frame-Relay Multipoint Subinterface, Static Mapping and Main Interface, Static Mapping
17. Frame-Relay Hub-and-Spoke, Main Interfaces with Inverse-ARP
18. Frame-Relay Hub-and-Spoke, Main Interfaces with Inverse-ARP & Static Mappings
19. Frame-Relay Hub-and-Spoke, Main Interfaces with Static Mappings
20. Frame-Relay Hub-and-Spoke, Main Interfaces with Inverse-ARP & P-2-P Subinterfaces
21. Frame-Relay Hub-and-Spoke, Main Interfaces with Static Mappings & P-2-P Subinterfaces

Again, this is a unique feature! You won't find this anywhere else!

This is the complete list of Lab Exercises included in the CCNP Certification Kit Pearson/CiscoPress Book series:

642-902 ROUTE Lab Exercises:

Lab 1: Configuring Static Routes
Lab 2: Configuring and Verifying RIPv1 and RIPv2
Lab 3: Configuring and…...

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