Which command can be used to verify the DLCI destination address in a Frame Relay static configuration?
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The correct answer is B.
show frame-relay map.
Explanation: In a Frame Relay network, Data Link Connection Identifiers (DLCIs) are used to identify the virtual circuits between devices. A DLCI is a unique identifier assigned to each PVC (Permanent Virtual Circuit) in a Frame Relay network.
When configuring Frame Relay statically, we must map the DLCIs to the remote devices. This mapping is done using the
frame-relay map command. The
frame-relay map command is used to map the remote DLCI with the IP address of the remote device.
To verify the DLCI destination address in a Frame Relay static configuration, we can use the
show frame-relay map command. This command displays the DLCI mapping information for all configured PVCs. It shows the local and remote DLCI, the remote device's IP address, and the status of the connection.
show frame-relay end-to-end, is used to display information about the entire Frame Relay network, including LMI (Link Management Interface) status, DLCI status, and other details.
show frame-relay lmi, is used to display the status of the LMI, which is a signaling protocol used between Frame Relay devices to exchange control information.
show frame-relay pvc, is used to display the status of the PVC (Permanent Virtual Circuit), including the DLCI, status, and various statistics related to the connection.
Therefore, the correct answer is B,
show frame-relay map, because it specifically displays the DLCI mapping information, which is what we need to verify the DLCI destination address in a Frame Relay static configuration.