We're moving to ASR and OC3s instead of 7200VXR with DS3s. I have a question about the BITs ports on the RPs. I have BITs connections, but I also know that the internal BITs clock is stratum III and our BITs clock is stratum I or II.
How do I configure the chassis to reference those BITs interfaces and when setting the OC3/DS3/T1 to line or internal, does internal fully use the BITs as a reference?
There isn't very good documentation on this clocking topic and it is hard to understand how the ASR is going to use the BITs clock provided to the RP1s. Look below and see, what is "Valid but not present" mean. And if I type the below, am I using the internal BITs oscillator or the BITs port on the RP1?
I have this output after typing:
(config)#network-clock select 1 bits r0 t1 esf
(config)#network-clock select 2 bits r1 t1 esf
#show network-clocks Active source = FREERUN
All Network Clock Configuration --------------------------------- Priority Clock Source State Reason 1 BITS R0 T1 esf Valid but not present No errs 2 BITS R1 T1 esf Valid but not present No errs
Current operating mode is Revertive
Current OOR Switchover mode is Switchover
There are no slots disabled from participating in network clocking
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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