I have a couple 2-pot WIC cards. They showup as serial0/0/0:0. They are in a 2811 router. Two questions:
1. What does each position in the 0/0/0:0 symbolize? I recall that it used to be slot#/port# but that is only two positions.
2. What would the correct setup for channel-groups be for each interface? I am implementing MLPPP for 3 links. Should I configure each port on the 2-port wics and channel group 0 or 0 and 1 respectivly? Basically should they showup as serial0/0/0:0 and serial0/0/0:1 or serial0/0/0:0 and serial0/0/1:0? Basically looking for best practices. I am not channelizing, they will all be using all 24.
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