I am able to connect back to back 2600 with these modules using RJ48C crossover. One router is set for internal clocking.Encapsulation is PPP with no authentication. Everything works fine in this set-up.
I am basically splitting the back-to-back router setup and putting in the Atlas 550 with two T1/PRI network cards.
The Atlas Dial Plan is set up with both cards configured (in User Term) for PRI and an Incomming Accept number. It is also set up for ESF and B8ZS.
When I connect them to the Atlas, I get interface is up line protocol is down (same configs on the router except for the clocking is set to line because it is connecting to the Atlas). I am connecting into the atlas with the same RJ48C crossover cable.
From what I can tell, Layer 1 is up and operational.
Because the back-to-back setup works I am assuming it has to be with the atlas not being set up correctly or does not provide the line protocol in the way that the router modules can accept.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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