I passed my CCNA a few months ago and am currently looking for a job. So no experience yet, Why did they take frame-relay out? Is it not used as much as it was?
MPLS basically has overtaken the Frame Relay market, and standard internet connections as a whole have gotten much more reliable than they used to be in comparison to private circuits, making circuits less necessary than they once were.
Thanks, appreciate the responses
I found some kind of old Youtube videos, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1w-b9GIt0k
Frame-Relay wasn't used much in the last 5-10 years. It was left there as a conceptual stepping stone towards MPLS and DMVPN, but knowing the specifics of Frame-Relay was quite useless. I think the new version focuses more on current technologies with the basic BGP config, SDN introduction and cloud concepts. Congrats on your pass, you should be able to find something nice.
FrameRelay is still being used today...currently it's used by major LECs to provide multiple CUGS/VRFS on T1/DS3s circuits.
Yeah, it's still used in specific applications. However, chances are a CCNA working in an enterprise environment will probably never have to deal with it.