You need something like a Cisco 2514 at the customer end, and a free
connection into your NAS or router (with the appropriate software).
Why frame relay to one site, and only 128K to boot? Also, in many locations
you can buy a 0K CIR and get great performance. Has he considered ISDN?
From: Danny Sinang <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: NTISP <email@example.com>
Date: Monday, December 14, 1998 4:06 PM
Subject: [NTISP] Frame Relay question
>A customer wants to get a Frame Relay connection to our site (and only to
>our site). He is thinking of a 128 Kbps line with a 64K CIR.
>Now I don't know much about Frame Relay, so please bear with my ignorance.
>Aside from needing a leased line carrier who offers Frame Relay services,
>what equipment do I need ? Do I also need a Frame Relay switch on my end ?
>Or can a Cisco 2501 do the job ?
>- Danny Sinang
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