I want to create a permanent, nailed-up connection between a pair of E&M VICs installed in a couple routers. The devices I'm connecting to are ancient 4 wire modems with NO e&m control leads -- just a Tx & Rx pair. I've got the IOS configs working with connection trunk.
I'm set to Type III and I first connect M & SB on the calling end, then M & SB on the receiving end (manually, for now). the connection comes up, but drops after a minute ot so (M stays connected at both ends).
I can set the E&M type to anything and can connect any of the control leads to anything. I'd prefer to avoid adding circuitry, but could, if I have to).
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