Currently, when I look at the module, it list all of the controllers as T-1. I cannot change any of the ports to an E1.
I believe however you set up the card initially then that is the standard it will support. Is there a way to turn up a E-1 between US and Germany when the provider in Germany is handing off a E1 and over here we are getting a T-1? Perhaps only use the first 24 channels of the E1 in Germany? Can both standards co-exist like this? Thanks all for help.
So, simply put, can one end(2841 with e1/t1 module in Germany) and other end in US(6509 FlexWAN module with T-1 controllers configured) would work if the provider handed T-1 signaling in US and E-1 in Germany, but on the controller card in Germany we only used the first 24 channels to match the 1.5m of a T-1. Thank you all for your help.
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