Thank you very much for the quick response. It is connected to our ISP. So, if the ISP sends a loop reqeust to my router while "service-module t1 remote-loopback" is configured on the WAN MPLS interface, that will bring down the circuit while in loop/test?
Sorry, I'm still failing to understand the configuration.
So, if I configure my interface with "service-module t1 remote-loopback" my device will send out loop requests to the SP. And if their equipment responds and creates the loop, my equipment will not be accessible until the loop is broken? I looked at the command reference and command configuration guidelines but it does not specify whether the circuit will be terminated. can you advise?
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