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These configuration examples apply to typical, simple situations. They can be easily customized to meet the needs of your environment. The examples below are for these products:
  • J3138A HP Advancestack Internet Router

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Notes

  1. These configurations have been tested and verified by HP ProCurve support engineers. However, HP does not guarantee that these exact configurations will work in your environment.
  2. You will need to modify these configurations depending on your model of Routing Switch or Router, software version, VLAN port assignment, and your network's IP, IPX, and AppleTalk addresses.
  3. Information on how to troubleshoot configuration problems, including configurations based upon these examples, is not provided here. Please refer to the Troubleshooting chapter of your product manual for this type of information. If you need assistance from HP, please refer to the ProCurve Networking by HP Service & Support Guide or the services section of this Web site.

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Examples

» Leased line HDLC connections between IOS routers (pdf: 16 KB)
The routers are configured to route IP over a Leased Line using Cisco's HDLC protocol. IGRP is used as the routing protocol.

» Leased line PPP connections between IOS routers (pdf: 16 KB)
The routers are configured to route IP over a Leased Line using the PPP protocol with predictor compression. IGRP is used as the routing protocol.

» Leased line PPP connections between IOS and HP routers (pdf: 24 KB)
The routers are configured to route IP over a Leased Line using the PPP protocol. RIP is used as the routing protocol.

» Frame relay connections between IOS and HP routers (pdf: 31 KB)
This network is connected with frame relay where the central site router
is an HP router using IP multi-net addressing.

» Frame relay connections between IOS and HP routers (pdf: 26 KB)
This network is connected with frame relay where the central site router
is an HP router using a single IP address for the frame relay network connected to IOS routers.

» Frame relay connections between IOS and HP routers (pdf: 27 KB)
This network is connected with frame relay where the central site router is a Cisco router using sub-addressing.

» Frame relay connections between IOS routers (pdf: 17 KB)
This network is connected with frame relay in a fully meshed configuration.

» Frame relay connections between IOS routers (pdf: 20 KB)
This network is connected with frame relay in a partial meshed configuration using sub-addressing.
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