Any VWIC2-xMFT will do the job. The G703 is not necessary for PRI, but will work as well. See:
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Does Cisco support E1/G703 voice?
The documents say
The following combinations of data and voice are supported:
T1/E1 packet voice
Mixed data and packet voice
Mixed data and packet voice with drop and insert
I wonder if 'T1/E1 packet voice' might include E1/G.703.
Your are worrying excessively. Your PRI application is supported as I've indicated before.
Now for the educational side of the thread, G.703 is the international standard that describes the physical characteristics of data communication interfaces - from 64 kbps to 155 mbps and above. In short, T1, E1 and a bunch of other interfaces that probably you never heard of, are all G.703 compliant.
But in cisco parlance, G.703, or unframed E1 means a special mode of operation of E1 interfaces in which the full speed of 2,048,000 bits per seconds is available to the user. This mode is used only for data and not for PRI. Cisco manufactures a version of VWIC-xMFT (the one with suffix G.703) that also supports this mode, while the other versions do not.
Hope this make things more clear to you.
Thank you very much.
I understand ITU-T G.703 term differs from Cisco G.703 term.
This URL is for data only.
Our carrier says it is E1 G.703.
But we have to make a router configuration for ordinary PRI E1. For example, we don't need 'channel-group x unframed' command.
Is it right?
VWIC-1MFT-E1 is OK (and much less expensive).
VWIC2-xMFT-G703 is only when you need unframed E1.
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