I have a question somebody can maybe answer. We will install 8850's as backbone switches. They will be on STM1-vc4 (our SDH-Radio network) and on the other side connected to a STM1 fiber. One, the radio is vc4 and the other, the fiber is vc12, any problems with that???
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The data portion of an STM1 frame is called a VC4 (Virtual Container). In a VC4 there can be multiple VC12's (each up to 2Mbps) or multiple VC3's (each up to 34Mbps).STM1's are all VC4's, the differentiation is whether they are VC12's or VC3's. So as long as bothe sides are VC12's vs. one being a VC3 and one being a VC12 you'll be OK.
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