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

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Name

map-list — global

Synopsis

map-list map-name src-addr {e164 | x121} source-address dest-addr {e164 | x121}
destination-address
no map-list map-name src-addr {e164 | x121} source-address dest-addr
{e164 | x121} destination-address

Configures

A map list for a Frame Relay SVC

Default

None

Description

Use this command to define a map list for a Frame Relay SVC.

map-name

The name of the map.

src-addr {e164 | x121}

Type of source address; it may be either e164 or x121.

source-address

The actual source address.

dest-addr {e164 | x121}

Type of destination address; it may be either e164 or x121.

destination-address

The actual destination address.

Example

The following commands set up a map list that brings up a Frame Relay SVC in response to IP or AppleTalk traffic. The map list, named map1, is applied to the serial0 interface using a map-group command. The map list itself consists of two statements that specify the protocol and address we’re interested in, followed by a map class that specifies the quality of service parameters to be used by the circuit.

interface serial0
  ip address 172.30.8.1
  encapsulation frame-relay
  map-group map1
!
map-list map1 source-addr E164 112233 dest-addr E164 445566
  ip 10.1.1.1 class some-map-class
  appletalk 2000.2 class some-map-class
!
map-class frame-relay some-map-class
  frame-relay be out 9000

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