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In this example, debug was first enabled and then the serial interface was enabled. Notice that the two connected routers go through a negotiation process. They first verify their IP addresses, 192.168.2.1 and 192.168.2.2, to make sure they are not the same address, and then they negotiate the protocols (ipcp_reqci and cdp_reqci). In this example, IP and CDP are negotiated and the data link layer comes up after the successful negotiation.
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