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6608-T1 Module and Intel Dialogic T1 Card

Basically, I'd like to know if this is possible. I'm trying to connect an Intel Dialogic T1 card to a 6608 T1 module in a 6513. We have a server that I need to get voice ports to so it can dial out to make automated phone calls and I thought I'd let it piggyback on our VoIP network (we're using CCM 4.1). The gateway registers fine in CCM but I have a red alarm light on the 6513 and the Dialogic card. Can this setup be done? Just wanted to make sure before I start troubleshooting the alarm. Anyone want to take a stab as to what's causing the alarm? Thanks for any help anyone can provide.

-Taylor

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Re: 6608-T1 Module and Intel Dialogic T1 Card

I don't see why not. It's basically a T1 to T1, actually a CAS T1 to CAS T1. You will set your clock sourcing off one T1 only,then see if they sync up. Like any Point to Point, set your line coding, framing to equal each other and see what happens.

The Dialogic card has some software you have to load and then configure the card. Out of the box, it won't work unless configure it correctly.

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Re: 6608-T1 Module and Intel Dialogic T1 Card

I don't see why not. It's basically a T1 to T1, actually a CAS T1 to CAS T1. You will set your clock sourcing off one T1 only,then see if they sync up. Like any Point to Point, set your line coding, framing to equal each other and see what happens.

The Dialogic card has some software you have to load and then configure the card. Out of the box, it won't work unless configure it correctly.

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Re: 6608-T1 Module and Intel Dialogic T1 Card

Thanks! This did help but I also needed a T1 crossover cable. http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps233/products_tech_note09186a00800a3f09.shtml

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