pulse-time x statement; When do you use it and When not to use it?
My current network I have two connections with two CSU/DSU connected to external encryption devices connected to a serial interface port on a 3825 series cisco router. The distant end is connected the same way.
My first connection I have pulse-time 5 set on the interface and the interface is up up. My second connection is the same setup however when I set pulse-time 5 on the interface, the interface will flap between up down and down down even when I am in loopback. When I take pulse-time 5 off, the interface will stay up down. I tired switching the serial interface cards and the problem still occurs.
Can anyone explain why my first connection is good with pulse-time 5 and my second connection is not when they are the same configurations?
Re: pulse-time x statement; When do you use it and When not to u
Thank you for all the information. It was very helpful and informative. Indeed it was not a problem with my router and in fact was a strapping issue with my external encryption device. After strapping my encryption device to get DTR resync from the router, I had no further issues with my circuit.
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