Is there any practical issues faced while terminating internation link and a domestic link on a same router.
A - B - C ; A- B is a internatioal ckt and B-C is a domestic Circuit.
On the E1's of B, lot of slip secs are faced on the international ckt. Ckt has been checked with BER and it seems to be fine. Same international ckt when connected separately on a sepate router D it doesnt report any slip secs/errors.
B - 3600 Router "flash:c3640-is-mz.122-12a.bin".
Tried the troubleshooting tips of E1 link which has not resulted any change.
there seems to be a clock synchronization issue. Frame slip errors indicate usually, that there are clocking issues (the real PLL clock in the E1 controller has to match the provider equipment).
I am assuming both links are from different providers? In this case their networks will not be synced against each other. This might cause the problems for your 3640. What are the clock source settings? I mean "clock source line" or something similar on each of the E1 controllers.
I would first opt for "clock source line" for both E1 and if that is causing the problems go for internal clocking. You might not be able to overcome the issue without second router, though, but it is worth a try.
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