I've a customer doing a E1 connection from 2611XM to a Lucent/Alcatel device. I checked through Cisco web and notice there's a module (Cisco E1/T1 ISDN PRI) which is suitable. My customer (Lucent/Alcatel) end told me their connector is RJ45, and since the Cisco module also a RJ45 connector, can we use the plain UTP cable?
I gone through Cisco site and for this particular module, there's only 2 type of cables offering as follows:
CAB-E1-RJ45BNC - E1 Cable RJ-45 to Dual BNC (Unbalanced)
CAB-E1-RJ45TWIN - E1 Cable RJ-45 to Twinax (Balanced)
I can't find the right cable. And I've heard actually the cable is RJ-48. Could it be possible we crimp the cable our own?
most of the E1 connections now (voice and dial-up gateways especially) possess the RJ-45 (RJ-48C indeed) connector. So - yes, you can use a regular UTP cable to interconnect your Alcatel PBX/PSTN switch (or whatever) with the Cisco gateway.
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