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The Local Management Interface (LMI) protocol provides operational support for the UNI. Originally de ned by the Frame Relay Forum in 1990, it subsequently was adopted by ANSI and the ITU-T. The LMI is a polling protocol between the FRAD and the network, which periodically veri es the existence and availability of the PVC as well as the integrity of the UNI link. 10.1.8 Congestion Management
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