You can also work with Telco to provide loops from their network and you can test from the A and Z ends of the ckt (provided you own the routers at each end). This will help to isolate which side you're seeing a problem with. Also you should verify the timing configuration with what you have configured and what the Telco is providing (e.g. internal or line).
You can put the CSU/DSU into a local (DTE) loopback and test from the router to the loop as well. Also, as previously mentioned use a loopback plug to put a hard loop up and test to it.
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