This blog post is taken from the INE Resources area Understanding Frame-Relay Traffic Shaping presentation by Brian Dennis. Overview Frame-Relay traffic shaping is designed to control the amount of traffic the router sends out of an interface or out of a particular DLCI. Common reasons for Frame-Relay traffic shaping are: It allows the router to conform to the rate subscribed with the service provider It allows for the throttling of a higher speed site (768K) so that it does not overrun a lower... Read More
Two new Hands On Labs are being added to the course this weekend. Enjoy! Read More
We are adding practices for common commands you need to know to the CCENT course. We uploaded an updated Verifying the WAN Connection lesson tonight. Want to experience a sample practice right now? Use the link below. Happy studies! Read More
In this post, we will examine the steps required to ensure full reachability over a Serial interface between two Cisco routers. Here is the network diagram that presents the topology used in this scenario: Read More

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