Re: Frame relay access architecture

Tom Daly <daly@cisco.com> Fri, 05 October 1990 20:41 UTC

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Subject: Re: Frame relay access architecture
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Date: Fri, 05 Oct 90 13:39:46 MDT
From: Tom Daly <daly@cisco.com>
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>> 
>> Does anyone know how are they offering FR ? Is it with
>> ISDN Q.931 or under X.25 or IP over FR ?
>> 
>> 
>> sonu
>> smir@pacbell.com

I guess it depends upon who 'they' are.  The original intent
was to use Q.931 extensions to set up frame-relay calls in an ISDN
environment, though I don't know of any working implementations.

The current reality is that Stratacom's implementation is administratively
configured, and the cisco is configured with matching DLCI maps.

Tom Daly
cisco Systems, Inc.
daly@cisco.com