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Does 2610 router support T1 Trunking

We have several 2610 routers and would like to know if they support the trunking of 2 or more T1's. If so what would be the memory and IOS needed?

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Re: Does 2610 router support T1 Trunking

What exactly do you mean by T-1 trunking?

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Re: Does 2610 router support T1 Trunking

Having 2 or more T1's connected to the same routers over a WAN link. This will give you a 3meg pipe between the sites. It will also allow you to keep working if one of the T1's fail but with half the bandwidth.

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Re: Does 2610 router support T1 Trunking

This would be MultiLink PPP, and yes the 2600 can do it. Equal cost IP load balancing can achieve a similar result without the extra CPU resources that MPPP requires (provided your running fast-switching or CEF).

Regards,

Brad

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Re: Does 2610 router support T1 Trunking

What type of WIC would I need to Support the 2 T1's coming into the router? The T1's are from the ISP and the router sits on the outside of the PIX.

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Re: Does 2610 router support T1 Trunking

Greetings:

Take a look at this URL.

http://www.cisco.com/warp/public/cc/pd/rt/2600/prodlit/2600_ov.htmhttp://www.cisco.com/warp/public/cc/pd/rt/2600/prodlit/2600_ov.htm

You will need a NM- something module for the large slots and then choose a WIC for your needs to put in the NM module(s). You have the choice of either ones with/without CSU's.

Thanks...Steve

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Re: Does 2610 router support T1 Trunking

Thanks for all your help everyone.

Mike Hiers

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