Frame relay point-to-multipoint sub-port can connect “multiple” remote nodes together through a PVC (T/F).
On a port running frame relay, an MAP table corresponds to a logical port. Different logical ports have different MAP tables (T/F).
Which command is used to enable dynamic address mapping protocol in the interface encapsulated with Frame Relay?
(Multiple Choice) The following frame relay configuration output was taken from the edge router.
<Huawei>display fr pvc-info
PVC statistics for interface Serial1/0/0 (DTE, physical UP)
DLCI = 101, USAGE = LOCAL (00000100), Serial1/0/0
create time = 2014/07/04 07:32:24, status = ACTIVE
InARP = Enable, PVC-GROUP = NONE
in packets = 12, in bytes = 1546188226560
out packets = 16, out bytes = 480
Based on the display output, which of the following statements are TRUE?
A. The frame relay PVC has been established dynamically using inverse ARP.
B. The frame relay PVC has been established using manual frame relay mapping.
C. The command fr inarp has been configured on interface Serial 1/0/0.
D. The command fr map has been configured on interface Serial 1/0/0.
Which of the following parameters must be specified when configuring static mapping for Frame Relay network? (Select 2 Answers)
- Local DLCI
- Remote DLCI
- Local network layer protocol address
- Remote network layer protocol address
Which of the following regarding Frame Relay DLCI are correct? (Select 3 Answers)
- DLCI is locally significant
- DLCI is allocated by DTE
- The range of DLCI value that can be used is from 16-1007
- The same DLCI can be configured on different physical interfaces