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hi iam trying to solve the frame relay in K5, as it ask for i unnumbered from loopback 0

 

i did one thing , by creating virtual-link and it worked fine

 

but when i reached IPv6 part of the Q i faced a problem that IPv6 doesnot work with ppp virtual-templete command

 

 

any ideas, i will be grateful

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Me too faced the same issue,but used ppp virtual-template in frame-relay interface-dlci.In IPV6 address should be configured in the Virtual-template interface not in the frame-relay interface as already used the ppp virtual-template.

 

Any other solution for this.....

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Dont know what the question is, but if you cant use the physical. Try multilink

 

interface Multilink1

description To Clearfly (MLPPP)

ip address 208.88.XXX.YYY 255.255.255.252

ip nat outside

no ip virtual-reassembly

ipv6 address 2607:F3D0:X:YYY::X/124

ppp multilink

ppp multilink links minimum 1

ppp multilink interleave

ppp multilink group 1

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You donot want to use the Virtual-template , just configure the frame-relay using " frame-relay interface-dlci " command . it will work as it support broadcast. You cannot ping the neighbor loopback until you use routing protocol (EIGRP).

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could you share K5, at least on graphic?? pls

 

You donot want to use the Virtual-template , just configure the frame-relay using " frame-relay interface-dlci " command . it will work as it support broadcast. You cannot ping the neighbor loopback until you use routing protocol (EIGRP).

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Dont know what the question is, but if you cant use the physical. Try multilink

 

interface Multilink1

description To Clearfly (MLPPP)

ip address 208.88.XXX.YYY 255.255.255.252

ip nat outside

no ip virtual-reassembly

ipv6 address 2607:F3D0:X:YYY::X/124

ppp multilink

ppp multilink links minimum 1

ppp multilink interleave

ppp multilink group 1

 

That is the correct solution. Actually you have to figure out in this question that you have to use Multilink as you will not be told. This is one of those few cases that makes you remember INE/IPexpert VoD when they emphasize that you should first read the entire lab before starting. During the exam though, that's a very difficult thing to remember to do....you actually need to be brave to do it :-)

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Maybe i am missing something here but cant figure out what a multilink interface is needed for.

Can someone shed some light on that pls ?

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Maybe i am missing something here but cant figure out what a multilink interface is needed for.

Can someone shed some light on that pls ?

 

You are asked to configure all the commands under the same interface.

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