Configure Routers

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Jul 16th, 2007
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I have just purchased a new line from my provider and I am having trouble writing the correct config file. I have made two attempts and neither have worked. I have 2801 in corporate and 1841 in the field.


Can someone suggest the proper configuration on each router?


I am using serial int0/1/1/0

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Richard Burts Mon, 07/16/2007 - 07:46
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There are several things that we would need to know to help develop an accurate config that would work. You mention purchase of a new line but you do not tell us whether this is a standard leased line point to point or is Frame Relay, or is some other encapsulation. We also need to know whether each router has the integragted CSU/DSU (will need T1 controller commands) or has external CSU/DSU (does not need T1 controller commands).


Parts of the config would be easy:

interface serial1/1/0

ip address

no shut

but knowing whether additional commands are required or not would require answers to the questions that I asked.


HTH


Rick

riddlecow18 Mon, 07/16/2007 - 10:13
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It is Point to Point, no encapsulation, integr CSU/DSU.



Richard Burts Mon, 07/16/2007 - 10:51
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When you say no encapsulation do I assume that this means that it will be using the default encapsulation of HDLC?


For integrated CSU/DSU you may need:

service-module t1 timeslots 1-24


The provider may be providing clocking, but if not one of the routers should include service-module t1 clock source internal


Try these and let us know if it works. If there are problems please post the interface configs and the output of show interface.


HTH


Rick

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