New to this forum and to networking in general. Recently I have had the need to simulate a point to point curcuit for purposes of transporting analog audio. I am using one 2801 gateway to another 2801 gateway with the intention of transporting three seperate line level audio sources.
The cards that I am using are
VIC - 2E/M (slot 0)
WIC - 2T (slot 1)
VWIC - 1MFT - T1 (slot 3)
VWIC - 1MFT - T1 local gateway and VWIC - 1MFT - T1 remote gateway are connected via a T1 crossover cable. At initial startup of the 2801 gateway the led on both ports of the VIC - 2E/M comes on amber so does the T1, there is no indication of leds turing on on the WIC - 2T. Once the gatways fully loads the T1 led goes to solid green. Leds on both the VWIC - 1MFT - T1 and WIC - 2T are out.
I have been looking at documentation on Cisco's website, both for the cards and the 2801 gateway. All of the information that I am finding seems to indicate that the 2801 is not compatible for the task that I am trying to accomplish.
Is this correct? Or is there something I am missing.
Thanks for your response, sorry for the confusion. What I am trying to do is transport line audio from one 2801 gateway to another. I am using the VIC-2E/M card for my three analog audio sources. Its line audio so there is no control E&M signal wires here just + & - audio signal wires.What I need to figure out is what method will need to be used in the configuration for the VIC card and the VWIC card to allow audio packet transport over T1. Hopefully I did not introduce any more uncertainty. Do you have any information on what needs to be done with this setup to allow audio transport?
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