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Posted on 2008-06-21
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I have 2 Blabk Box frame relay routers set up in a bridge configuration.  We were on the phone with ATT all day yesterday who claim to have setup our t1 line correctly and am looking for any advice as to how to go about configuring the black box correctly so we can get an ip address from our main office to this remote location.
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by:lltompkins
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Would it not be easier to setup something like two Sonic Walls, even something Small like a TZ150.
You would be able to make a VPN connection and the sonicwalls are able to be configured so the one at the home office will pass IP Addresses to the computers at the second site.
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by:Shanehaggerty
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that is what i thought i was going to be able to do, so i am stuck with equipment i cannot use.  The way the isp ran our T1 line, we must make some kinda frame relay connection which i have no expierience doing in order to supposidley make this connection.
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by:lltompkins
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check this out for basic information about Frame Relay.
http://www.protocols.com/pbook/frame.htm

Your provider should help you get the Frame Relay up and running.  
I would hammer on them until I got a working Circuit.  
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by:Shanehaggerty
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Turns out we had a broken circuit in one of two AT&T relay stations.  We had to agree to pay overtime wages for AT&T technicians to come in and help diagnose the problem.  (We are not supposed to be billed since it turns out the problem was on there end.)
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Glad to hear you got it up and running.  I kinda figured there was a problem on their end.
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