I could use some assistance figuring out the config commands for turning up a GC 384kbps T1 using a cisco 2811 router. Sorry, I'm a newb who isn't completely sure of the neccessary config commands to complete the turn-up and T1 configuration. Any help would be appreciated. An edited version of the routers relevant config is below.
This router has a T1/PRI dual port WIC and was previously setup to use an old T1 and PRI both of which have been disconnected. (configuration for the old connections is still in the config) I wil only be turning-up the data T1 for the first port in the dual port WIC and not a PRI.
! Last configuration change at 08:53:38 UTC Fri Sep 8 2006
! NVRAM config last updated at 10:40:37 UTC Mon Aug 14 2006
The new T1 should use the same signaling and framing (B8ZS/ESF) and the network uses OSPF area 1. I'm assuming that all I would need to do is have someone plug the T1 connection into the proper T1 port on the dual T1/PRI WIC card, change the serial 0/0/0 ip to the proper internet ip, set the bandwith value on the S0/0/0 and configure ospf with
My fault, I checked other router configs and they are all in ospf area 0. I mistook the process id in the command router ospf 1 for the area.
Does the serial connection encapsulation default to hdlc? A T1 worked previously without specifying the encapsulation. This will be the same type of GC managed MPLS IP vpn connection that it had previously, it won't be able to connect directly to the internet per se, just our private network, all internet traffic is routed out one connection.
I'm not sure if I am reading this correctly or not, but you state that this line is not an ISDN PRI. However your config shows timeslots 1-12 and 24. If this is not an ISDN line anymore then you will not need the 24th timeslot. Assuming that the 384k are laid out in the first 8 timeslots of 64k then you need to remap your DS0's for the T-1. If not then you need to get with your provisioner and verify the timeslot mappings. You will need to remove the PRI timeslot command and replace with channel group command for the controller. Also for the serial interface you need to remove all ISDN related commands. The default encap is HDLC for a serial link. Please respond with further questions we will assist you further...Phil
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