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5300As and 805 connected back to back over serial cables.

CEntral site : 5300 Access server with 2 MB smart serial port.

Remote SIte : 805 router with 512K serial port.

CEntral site and Remote site both within same witing cabinet. (same location)

Conection between these two :

2 Mb smart serial port of 5300 TO Smart serial to V.35 male cable TO V.35 female to serial cable TO the 512K port of 805 router.

In such a way is it possible to connect the 512K port of 805 router back to back to the 2 MB port of the 5300 RAS.

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Re: 5300As and 805 connected back to back over serial cables.

I haven't tested it, but it should be possible. Relevant issues at this point would be: clock source, clock rate, and encapsulation.

For simplicity, keep the encapsulation at the default HDLC.

Clock source: there can only be one source of clocking on the circuit, and it's the side that's DCE (in this case, the 805.)

Clock rate: on the DCE (805) side, set the clock rate to 512k with the command:

CLOCK RATE 512000

The DTE side (5300) should detect the slower clocking, and accept the connection.

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