Sunday, October 20, 2013

Cisco ccna ccnp home lab tutorial routing on a frame relay switch

Cisco CCNA / CCNP Home Lab Tutorial: Routing On A Frame Relay Switch

A frame relay switch is a great addition to your Cisco home lab, but its got other capabilities as well. Learn about them from Chris Bryant, CCIE #12933.

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When you're preparing for CCNA and CCNP exam success, the best investment you can make is to put together your own home lab. There is no better way to learn Cisco technologies and prepare for the CCNA, BSCI, BCMSN, CIT, and other exams than by working with the many protocols and services you'll need to master in order to pass the exams.

One of the most popular articles I've written over the few years dealt with buying and configuring a Cisco router as a frame relay switch. That article is still available on many websites (including my own), but I want to remind you that just because you configure a router as a frame relay switch, that doesn't mean you can't use it as a home lab router, too!

The global command "frame-relay switching" allows a Cisco router such as a 2520 or 4000 to perform just that, frame relay switching, but this command doesn't disable IP routing. Depending on the router model you use, you will most likely ha


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