Refer to the exhibit. A Cisco router, R1, and a non-Cisco router, R2, were able to communicate successfully using Frame Relay before they were removed from production. An administrator decided to reuse R1 and R2 for another purpose by implementing a direct connection between the two routers, but the Frame Relay configurations were saved. When Frame Relay encapsulation is removed from both routers the connection fails. What will correct the problem?

IT Questions BankCategory: CCNA 4 v4Refer to the exhibit. A Cisco router, R1, and a non-Cisco router, R2, were able to communicate successfully using Frame Relay before they were removed from production. An administrator decided to reuse R1 and R2 for another purpose by implementing a direct connection between the two routers, but the Frame Relay configurations were saved. When Frame Relay encapsulation is removed from both routers the connection fails. What will correct the problem?

Refer to the exhibit. A Cisco router, R1, and a non-Cisco router, R2, were able to communicate successfully using Frame Relay before they were removed from production. An administrator decided to reuse R1 and R2 for another purpose by implementing a direct connection between the two routers, but the Frame Relay configurations were saved. When Frame Relay encapsulation is removed from both routers the connection fails. What will correct the problem?

  • Configure both routers to use PPP encapsulation.
  • Clear the frame maps on both routers and reboot.
  • Set up a routing protocol to communicate between the two routers.
  • Configure both routers to use HDLC encapsulation and remove the bandwidth statements.

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