hmm SDSL?? really, I have never seen that, or could it be HDSL which is the most popular Pair Gain NIU protocol out there, along with many others. Lately I have seen PairGain to do T1s using only 1 pair (2 conductors) as a trend to save the telco the extra pair.
If yes, then the telco would run a short cord from the NI to a smartjack which is just another RJ45 and then you just need a partch cord to connect both RJ45 jacks -- from smart jack to the back of tne NM card.
Then the NM card is setup just like any other dsu/csu, timeslots, clock source, lbo gain, frame, encode, etc
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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