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Noisy E1 Lines

Hello Experts,

In some areas of our network there are E1 Lines. For Some Reason, these E1 Lines tend to be noisy. Meaning, There are interface resets or one router does not communicate with the other even though the modems are synced.

When i create loop in one of the modems i receive loop message from both routers.

However, i don't have a complete indication about the quality of the loop.

What i would like to know, if i have some indication about the status of the interface beyond Loop / Bytes Received and etc. How can i really tell if i have problems with the data coming from the modem?

Is there a good debugging issue for that manner?

I will appreciate if you could help me.

Tzachi Slav

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Re: Noisy E1 Lines

You can use extended ping to do pattern testing across your loops.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk713/tk628/technologies_tech_note09186a008010059a.shtml

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Re: Noisy E1 Lines

You can use extended ping to do pattern testing across your loops.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/tech/tk713/tk628/technologies_tech_note09186a008010059a.shtml

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Re: Noisy E1 Lines

Thank you very much.

Very helpful.

Tzachi Slav

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