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Old 07-26-2010, 03:31 PM
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Default A question about Frame Relay in CCNA exam

Hello, I very would like to discuss with you about the following question:

TheFrame Relay network in the diagram is not functioning properly. What is thecause of the problem?

A.The Gallant router hasthe wrong LMI type configured.

B. Inverse ARP isproviding the wrong PVC information to the Gallant router.

C.The S3 interface ofthe Steele router has been configured with the frame-relay encapsulation ietfcommand.

D.The frame-relay mapstatement in the Attalla router for the PVC to Steele is not correct.

E.The IP address on theserial interface of the Attalla router is configured incorrectly.

The answer said that it is "D", I think the mapping in router Steele is not right neither, because the IP address in the mapping should be the destination address, but in the exhibit, the ip address in the mapping of Router Steele is his own ip address, so I think this is wrong, what you guys think about?
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