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Converting Interfaces from ATM to MLFR

Equip: 3660, NM-2W, VWIC-2MFT-T1(x2), AIM-ATM. Question: Will there be any issues reconfiguring this hardware for MLFR? There's currently a 'mode atm aim 0' command on the T1 controllers which I presume needs to come out, but will doing so allow those ports to be grouped for MLFR without any other issues? TIA for any tips!

Craig

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Re: Converting Interfaces from ATM to MLFR

No CCS or CAS configuration for your data application. You define the timeslots used with the channel-group command in contraller configuration mode.

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Re: Converting Interfaces from ATM to MLFR

Absolutely, once you negate the commands for ATM, the serial ports will return available for whatever configuration you like.

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Re: Converting Interfaces from ATM to MLFR

Thanks! I see that in addition to 'ATM' there are mode options for CCS & CAS - are one of these necessary or will the default (whatever that might be) suffice? Appreciate the help!

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Re: Converting Interfaces from ATM to MLFR

No CCS or CAS configuration for your data application. You define the timeslots used with the channel-group command in contraller configuration mode.

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