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I can't ping with FrameRelay!!!

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Hello,
I setup a network of 5 routers using GNS3, one of these routers is a Frame Relay Switch, i configured everything but i can't ping, #show frame-relay map doesn't show nothing and when i type #show frame-relay route it shows this :

FrameRelay_Switch#show frame-relay route
Input Intf      Input Dlci      Output Intf     Output Dlci     Status
Serial0/0       102             Serial0/1       103             inactive
Serial0/0       104             Serial0/3       105             inactive
Serial0/0       106             Serial0/2       107             inactive
Serial0/1       100             Serial0/0       101             inactive
Serial0/1       200             Serial0/2       201             inactive
Serial0/1       300             Serial0/3       301             inactive
Serial0/2       114             Serial0/1       115             inactive
Serial0/2       116             Serial0/3       117             inactive
Serial0/2       118             Serial0/0       119             inactive
Serial0/3       108             Serial0/2       109             inactive
Serial0/3       110             Serial0/0       111             inactive
Serial0/3       112             Serial0/1       113             inactive

Well, i have attached my configuration files and the network topology file so you can have a clear idea.

Thank you.
Topology.png
R1.txt
R2.txt
R3.txt
R4.txt
R5.txt
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Looks like your routes are wrong. Should look like this:

interface Serial0/0
 frame-relay route 102 interface Serial0/1 103
 frame-relay route 106 interface Serial0/2 107
 frame-relay route 104 interface Serial0/3 105
!
interface Serial0/1
 frame-relay route 103 interface Serial0/0 102
 frame-relay route 115 interface Serial0/2 114
 frame-relay route 113 interface Serial0/3 112
!
interface Serial0/2
 frame-relay route 107 interface Serial0/0 106
 frame-relay route 114 interface Serial0/1 115
 frame-relay route 116 interface Serial0/3 117
!
interface Serial0/3
 frame-relay route 105 interface Serial0/0 104
 frame-relay route 112 interface Serial0/1 113
 frame-relay route 117 interface Serial0/2 116

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by:david875
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Worked like 1+1 = 2 hahaha, i thought i should give each time a different DLCI
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