first time working on an E1 connection, my router 2800 need to be connected using the newly connected E1, this router need to be routed statically to one of our site 2800 router as well, how is this being configured? since this has 32 channels, i read about it but im not really particular with, could anyone discuss its concept, such controllers why it this need to be grouped into called slots, and what does it mean by does called slots, hope you could help me with my problem, and how it is being configured. Thank you in advance!
First, You need to know what are the parameters needed to configure. This has to be match between your Site or ISP. Namely, Signaling, framing (CRC-4 or NO CRC-4)and linecoding. For E1 the default linecoding is HDB3. The slots in a router, indicates where the WIC are placed. It depends on what kind of router you are using. For 3700 series routers for example, E1 3/0, 3 - means the slot card of your router and 0 - means the port number on which the slot resides.
Second, Is it an E1 R2 or E1 PRI? And what purpose you intend to use E1 connection?
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