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Connecting PBX MCK extenders to Cisco routers using WIC 2T & Dual T-1 VWIC

I am trying to get a new configuration to work that involves a 2811 router and a 2651 router running 12.3 code. In the 2651 router I have a 2 port T-1 VWIC and I have successfully connected to the 2811 router with a CSU DSU T-1 WIC and pass data fine with no issues. I have a dual port WIC 2t in each router and they are connected to an Remote MCK extender 6000 and Gateway 6000 phone extenders. We have a Avaya Definity ECS PBX. I have my other 3 remote sites connected using external Paradynes and my router connects to the paradyne and the phones are extended to the remote sites. I want to eliminate the outdated paradynes and use internal CSU DSU Wics in my routers. I have n=been doing that succesfully for a couple years with data but now I want to extend the phone system the same way. I posted in the WAN forumn but I will try here as well ...probaly something simple. Any help would be greatly appreciated..please...Thanks

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You could use WIC-T1-DSU/CSU to completely eliminate the paradynes.

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You could use WIC-T1-DSU/CSU to completely eliminate the paradynes.

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