The first possibility that I would consider is that the router is not properly recognizing the card. Perhaps you could post the output of show version and perhaps of show diag and this might verify what the router thinks it has got.
Secondly is the possibility of some configuration issue. Perhaps you can also post the configuration of the router?
Thanks for posting the additional information that we requested. I had hoped that it would clearly identify what card this was. But the closest I get is the identification of FRU Part Number WIC/VIC-E1=. And that does not tell me precisely what card it is. I am assuming that you have a E1 Multiflex Trunk Voice/WAN card.
In controller configuration mode is there an option to configure pri-group instead of configuring channel-group?
Also can you tell us any more specifically what card this is?
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