Cisco CCNA: Configuring Frame-Relay | Introduction & Basic Configuration - Part 1

Bassam Alkaff, Network & Security Engineer & Instructor

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3 Videos (19m)
    • Course Introduction and Overview

      2:48
    • Configuring the Frame-Relay Switch using the Frame-Relay Route Command

      11:39
    • Configuring the Frame-Relay Switch using the Connect Command

      5:02

About This Class

Understanding and Configuring Frame-Relay is a challenging task. For example, how and when the inverse-ARP protocol works, how to configure the frame-relay switch, and how to solve issues with routing protocols in a frame-relay network are things that usually confuse CCNA and other Cisco certifications students, and therefore are needed to be clarified.

 Although the detailed study of Frame-relay was removed from the curriculum of the CCNA  and the other Cisco Certifications, understanding how it works and how to configure it is very useful to understand the mechanizes and the issues of NBMA or Non-Broadcast Multi-Access Networks in general.

This course is one of series of courses about Frame-relay. In this course, you will learn how to configure the frame-relay switch and end routers.

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Bassam Alkaff

Network & Security Engineer & Instructor

Hello, My name is Bassam Faisal Alkaff and I have worked in the field of IT for more than 15 years.

I specialize in networking and information security and holds several certifications such as CCDP, CCNPx3 (R&S, Sec, SP), VCPx2 (DC & NV), ITILv3.

I have trained in IT training centers like APTECH, New Horizons, ExecuTrain, and Ultimate-STC.

I was the Top IEOC Contributor in July 2012 ( Internetwork Expert Online Community from INE)

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