Name

frame-relay map — interface

Synopsis

frame-relay map protocol 
               protocol-address 
               dlci [broadcast] [ietf | cisco] 
    [payload-compress {packet-by-packet | frf9 stac [hardware-options]}]
no frame-relay map protocol protocol-address
            

Configures

Frame Relay connection parameters

Default

None

Description

This command defines a mapping between a protocol-specific destination address and the DLCI to use for connections to that destination.

protocol

One of appletalk, decnet, dlsw, ip, ipx, llc2, rsrb, vines, or xns.

protocol-address

The destination address.

dlci

The DLCI to use.

broadcast

Optional. Activates forwarding of broadcasts to this address when multicast is not enabled.

ietf

Optional. Use IETF encapsulation on this interface.

cisco

Optional. Use Cisco’s encapsulation method on this interface. If neither ietf nor cisco is specified, the interface uses the encapsulation specified by the encapsulation frame-relay command.

payload-compress packet-by-packet

Optional. Activates packet-by-packet compression using the Stacker method. Packet-by-packet compression is a proprietary Cisco feature and won’t interoperate with other vendors’ equipment.

payload-compress frf9 stac

Optional. Activates FRF.9 compression using the Stacker method.

hardware-options

Optional. Can be distributed, software, or csa. distributed causes compression to be performed in a VIP2; software causes compression to occur in the IOS software on the main processor; csa csa-number specifies the CSA to use for a particular interface ...

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