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  • R&S Quick Notes – Frame-Relay/PPP

    Monday, June 8th, 2009

    Frame-Relay DHCP on a frame interface : “frame-relay interface-dlci 555 protocol ip 166.166.166.2″ When asked to disable INARP, be sure to do so on physical interfaces any multipoint sub-interfaces. If you see 0.0.0.0 frame mappings, save your config and reload. The backup command can NOT be used on FR physical interfaces. (no way to detect […]

    How to configure PPPoE?

    Sunday, June 7th, 2009

    PPPoE provides an emulated (and optionally authenticated) point-to-point link across a shared medium, typically a broadband aggregation network such as those found in DSL service providers. In fact, a very common scenario is to run a PPPoE client on the customer side (commonly on a SOHO Linksys or similar brand router), which connects to and […]

    CCNA Quick Notes – PPP

    Wednesday, April 8th, 2009

    1.PPP can be used over what physical WAN interfaces? PPP can be used on the following: Asynchronous serial interfaces High-Speed Serial Interface (HSSI) ISDN Synchronous serial interfaces

    CCNA Quick Notes – WAN

    Friday, April 3rd, 2009

    1.The three WAN connection types available are leased lines, circuit-switched, and packet-switched. Define the differences between each connection type. Leased lines are dedicated point-to-point lines that provide a single preestablished WAN communication path from the customer’s network to the remote network. Leased lines are usually employed over synchronous connections. They are generally expensive and are […]