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

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Name

atm-vc — map-list

Synopsis

ip address atm-vc vci [class class-name] [broadcast] [aal5mux]
no ip address atm-vc vci [class class-name] [broadcast] [aal5mux]

Configures

An ATM PVC

Default

None

Description

This command creates an ATM PVC. The map-list command places you in the map list configuration mode; you must be in this mode to use the atm-vc command.

Note that it is rather bizarre to call this command atm-vc; by normal notions of command naming, it should be called ip. We’re following Cisco’s usage; in its defense, there are many commands whose names start with ip and have nothing to do with ATM configuration.

address

The destination IP address being mapped to this PVC.

vci

The Virtual Channel Identifier (VCI).

class class-name

Optional. class-name is the name of a table that contains encapsulation-specific parameters.

broadcast

Optional. This specifies that this entry should be used when broadcast packets need to be sent.

aal5mux

Optional. This specifies AAL5 multiplexing encapsulation. The default is snap encapsulation.

Example

The following commands create an ATM map named atm-map1. It establishes a virtual channel with a VCI of 20, which is mapped to the IP address 10.10.2.1; this virtual channel can be used for broadcast.

map-list atm-map1
  ip 10.10.2.1 atm-vc 20 broadcast

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