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frame relay and RIP 8 years 6 months ago #33864

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Hi Guys,

My very first post, so please correct me if this is not the right forum to post and move it to the appropriate forum.

I am trying to configure 3 routers on frame relay and run RIP over them. I am unable to ping from one router to another.

I can't seem to find the attach file link here, so here is the uploaded network file in packet tracer format:

files.ww.com/files/65710.html

Please check the network and let me know what i am doing wrong or missing.

Thanks,
Sam

Re: frame relay and RIP 8 years 6 months ago #33866

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Hi.

Figured out myself.
I was missing to set the clock rate on the interface.
After setting clock rate 64000 on all, it started to work.

Thanks for looking.

Re: frame relay and RIP 8 years 6 months ago #33874

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Thats the spirit!
~ Networking :- Just when u think its starting to make sense......... ~
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