We have a router that is going to have varios connections. I need help understanding how to appropriatly setup the clocking.
First, we have a single PRI coming in from Telco into a vwic-2mft1 (on port one - 0/0/0). I assume that it is this port that I need to do the network-clock-select 1 t1 0/0/0
Then port 2 on the same vwic, will have a cross-over connection to a NM-1CEIt1 port (this is a workaround for the purpose of sending modem calls destined for onboard pvdm12-dm). So I assume that I will select port two off first vwic-2mft to "participate" and also set the NM-1CE1T1 to "participate".
Then we have a second vwic-2mft which on the first port will connect to frame-relay cloud and the second will also connect to a frame-relay cloud.
Is this as simple as setting "network-clock-select 1 t1 0/0/0 (which is pri from telco) then set all others to "paticipate"? Please let me know if below is correct.
network-clock-participate wic 0
network-clock-participate wic 1
network-clock-participate wic 2
network-clock-select 1 T1 0/0/0
Lastly I tried to get the NM-1CE1T1 to "participate" but got the error "Slot is empty or does not support clock participate".
Since I need to set the 2nd port on first vwic (the port that will connect to NM) do I need to remove the command network-clock-participate wic 1?
I went in under controller t1 0/0/1 (which is the port that will connect to NM) and applied clock source line. But question is, does the originally command for this port need to be removed (network-clock-participate wic 1).
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