Is it possible to connect two PRIs back to back on two different 5350s with out going through Telco-SWITCH. Like
To my understanding it's not possible with out passing it to telco-switch. Please confirm with this and if its possible by any chance a working config for this part will highly be appreciated.
What i want is to get the calls on 5350-1 and then send it to 5350-2 then anywhere i like. I tried to configure PRIMARY-NET5 switch type, as it supports USER and NETWORK side both but the PRIs Flaps secondly its a T1 link not E1.
Help will highly be appreciated with detail answer.
1. is this on the same 5300? the orginal question indicated it was two. if it is the same 5300 it may get confused sense with a pri the router looks at the sapi information that it sends out to determin if the line is in loopback. with having two ports on the same router may confuse the system since it send sapi on one port and receives the same sapi on a diferent port.
2. one of your t1 ports need to be a master clock on one has to be a reciever.
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