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2600 RAS

I have a spare 2600 router that has the DSU/CSU built in. I would like to turn this into a RAS. I would like to have a T1 connected to the DSU/CSU and have 10 modems coming off the 2600.

Is this possable?

Does the 2600 have a asynchronous WIC?

Can you break up the T1 line into channels on the router?

Thanks for your help

Greg

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Re: 2600 RAS

The 2600 does not support internal digital modem (MICA) that would be required for terminating analog calls comming in through a T1/PRI.

We can use internal analog modems (NM-AM) with POTS lines for the 2600 to act as a RAS.....NM-8AM / NM-16AM.

WIC-2A/S can be used on the 2600.

Thanks, Mak.

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Re: 2600 RAS

Mark,

What would you suggest then for a RAS?

Right now we have a T1 connection going into a Adtran 600 and it is getting split up there. There is 10 channels (all of them come from our 800 number and are on a "hunt group" ) that go into a 2500 series router through a V.35 cable.

We are losing connectivity speed because of the A/D conversion on the T1 lines.

Thanks again,

Greg

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Re: 2600 RAS

The 36xx platform with NM-1CT1-CSU with NM-12DM match your requirements of a RAS.

Thanks, Mak.

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