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multilink question

Hi,

i had an issue with the multilink that consist of three T1s. one of the T1 had issues. this faulty T1 was taking alot of errors so submitted this faulty T1 to telco for testing. site was very very slow (users were not able to access anything) after telco tested this faulty T1. may I know?

site became normal after i removed this faulty T1 from multilink, then put the T1 back in multilink after resetting the CSU.may I know why it worked fine after resetting CSU?

Thanks...

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New Member

Re: multilink question

Correction:

site was very very slow (users were not able to access anything) after telco tested this faulty T1. may I know why?

New Member

Re: multilink question

The T1 with errors will affect the two non-faulty ones.

You can remove the T1 having issue in the mlppp group to temporary use the link.

You will have lesser bandidth but at least you can use the link.

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