I suspect you are talking about the controler configuration and the serial configuration.
This varies a little depending on the type of interface card.
Some cards have the ability to break the circuit into multiple serial interfaces. You can map the individual channels to differrent serial logical serial ports.
control e1 x/x/x
channel group 0 timeslots 1-5
channel group 1 timeslots 6-10
When you are mapping all the channels to serial interface or when your card does not support mapping to multiple channel groups it does not appear to make much sense. I suspect it is for consitancey of configuration more than anything else.
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