I've recently moved a channelized T3 from 1 facility to another. I have 6 T1's channeled off of the T3. Prior to the move, all channels were working fine, and taking no known errors. After the move, I have a T1 that is taking input errors on the side of the T3.
I have been working with the telco, which has been an absolute pain, but they claim that they are clean to the extended demarc, and that the problem is within my equipment.
My equipment is as follows:
7204VXR w/PA-MC-2T3 (DS3)
3725 w/WIC-2T and Adtran CSU/DSU
For the T1 that is having the problem, I have swapped the WIC-2T, and tried three different CSU/DSU's, and DTE cables to no avail. I then started looking at the clocking, and tried setting the clocking to internal on the CSU/DSU. After clocking the CSU/DSU to internal, I am able to do 10,000 test pings at 2,000 bytes per packet over this circuit with no loss. However, I am seeing a minimal amount of input errors on the side of the T3. As of now, I am seeing a ratio of input errors to input packets of 0.0003.
The question is, what else should I look at, and should I just be happy with this amount of error when no degredation in performance exists?
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Attached policy provides CLI access to the Cisco 4G router over text messaging. Two files are in the attached .tar file:
2. PDF with instructions on how to load and use the .tcl file.