2 Frame Relays into one 2811 Router

Hello,
I currently have one Point to Point FR setup using two Cisco 2811's. I would like to add another Frame relay at a remote site and have it connect to our existing  2811 at our Corp office that is supporting the current Frame relay. Could I add another Card to a WIC slot , configure it for the new Frame relay and have it ported to the second FE 0/1 on the Corp office 2811?
We are having AT&T bring in a separate T1 for this new FR connection.
If this is possible, any config example links would be greatly apreciated.
Russ WrightsonIT Admin Asked:
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Don JohnstonInstructorCommented:
One of the BIG advantages to Frame-Relay is not having to have a separate physical circuit for each PVC. Theoretically, you can about 1,000 sites coming in to a single physical connection.

That said, you COULD add an additional serial port to your router. I just don't why you would want to.
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