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Cisco IOS in a Nutshell, 2nd Edition by James Boney

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Name

frame-relay map ip tcp header-compression — interface

Synopsis

frame-relay map ip address dlci [broadcast] [cisco| ietf] [no compress]
tcp header-compression {active | passive}
no frame-relay map ip address dlci [broadcast] [cisco| ietf] [no compress]
tcp header-compression {active | passive}

Configures

Compression methods for a map

Default

None

Description

This command maps a Frame Relay DLCI to an IP address, enabling TCP header compression for this connection. It’s useful if header compression isn’t the default for the interface.

address

The IP address.

dlci

The DLCI to use.

broadcast

Optional. Causes broadcasts to be forwarded.

cisco

Optional. Uses Cisco’s encapsulation method.

ietf

Optional. Uses RFC 1490 encapsulation.

no compress

Optional. Disables compression.

active

Causes every TCP/IP packet header to be compressed.

passive

Compresses packet headers only if the incoming packet was compressed.

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