configuring frame-relay and dsl on cisco 2800 series router

hello expert,

I have cisco 2800 series router that is  configured for "dsl" .
I am using eigrp on this router .
I would like install frame-relay on the same router and if possible use "ospf".
Could any expert share some info on the above.

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What do you want to know? Frame relay and ospf configuration?
int se 0/0/0
encapsulation frame-relay
no shut
int se 0/0/0.1 point-to-point
ip address
frame-relay interface-dlci <dlci>
router ospf 1
network area 0

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jomfraAuthor Commented:
hello expert,
thanks for the configuration
>> What do you want to know? Frame relay and ospf configuration?
I have a working  "dsl" configuration that is using "eigrp" as my routing protocol.
I would like to configure frame-relay on this same router but this configuration (frame-relay)
will be using ospf .
What I am attempting to find out is if having the two different routing protocols on the same router
will cause any problems.

No it won't cause a problem. Are you going to want one routing protocol to know about the routes from the other?
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jomfraAuthor Commented:
hello expert,

>> No it won't cause a problem. Are you going to want one routing protocol to know about the routes from the other?
yes please advise how to do so.

Here you go. I added a route map to tag the routes that are redistributed. The reason you do this is that if you have 2 sites that are redistributing it can cause loops. The taging will prevent loops.
Oops forgot to click the attach code check box
router ospf 1
redistribute eigrp 1 subnets route-map E2O
router eigrp 1
redistribute ospf 1 metric 1 1 1 1 1  route-map O2E
route-map E2O deny 5
  match tag 10
route-map E2O permit 10
  set tag 20
route-map O2E deny 5
  match tag 20
route-map O2E permit 10
  set tag 10

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jomfraAuthor Commented:
Hello  bkepford:,

Thank a million for all the advice and the configurations.
please keep up the good work

Your welcome
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