7204 IMA ATM DLCI question

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by Tim J. Dunn, Oct 16, 2003.

  1. Tim J. Dunn

    Tim J. Dunn Guest

    I currently have a 7204 with a frame relay connection that has about 100
    dlci connections, I am planning on moving this router to 3 new circuits,
    these circuits are 3 DS1 atm circuits. I was looking at the kinda rare
    PA-A3-8T1/IMA as a solution, My question is, is it possible to configure
    DLCI's on an ATM interface?


    Tim J. Dunn
    Systems Administrator
    Sunset Net
    (530) 879-5660 x108
    Tim J. Dunn, Oct 16, 2003
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  2. Yes, it is called a Frame Relay ATM Interwork. Your telephone frame
    has to offer Frame over ATM.

    You might consider instead of the PA-A3-8T1, using a PA-A3-T3 enhanced ATM
    DS3 card, then use a Larscom IMA DS3-T1 multiplexor. These are
    cheap on the used market as some of the large Telco's are dumping them.

    Ted Mittelstaedt, Oct 16, 2003
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