Task 10.3

Just in case anyone come across, I think, addition to the solution guide, this could do the trick. Let me know if I'm wrong.

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interface Serial0/0.555 multipoint
ip address 136.1.5.1 255.255.255.252
ip helper-address 136.1.29.255
frame-relay map ip 136.1.5.2 555 broadcast
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more info here:
http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/...l.htm#wp1217586
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BOOTP Servers
A router that is being configured with AutoInstall over a serial interface using Frame Relay encapsulation will send a BOOTP request for an IP address over the serial interface that is connected to the staging router.

The staging router learns the correct IP address to provide in its BOOTP response to the router that is being configured with AutoInstall by examining the frame-relay map ip ip-address dlci command that is configured on the interface that it is using to connect to the router that is being configured with AutoInstall.

In Figure 2 R2 is the staging router. R2 has the frame-relay map ip 172.16.27.100 100 broadcast command configured on interface serial 0. When R2 receives the BOOTP request for an IP address from R3 during the AutoInstall process, R3 will reply with 172.16.27.100.

Comments

  •  Originally Posted By: Utku Er

    In Figure 2 R2 is the staging router. R2 has the frame-relay map ip 172.16.27.100 100 broadcast command configured on interface serial 0. When R2 receives the BOOTP request for an IP address from R3 during the AutoInstall process, R3 will reply with 172.16.27.100.


    That looks like it will work the way it reads. Although I think CIsco goofed in their documentation, it think it should read:

    When R2 receives the BOOTP request for an IP address from R3 during the AutoInstall process, "R2" will reply with 172.16.27.100.

    Dale
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