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speed betweent WIC-1T and WIC2T

Hi,

i got an inquiry as i am upgrading the speed of the leased from 2Mbps to 10Mbps. My question is, does my existing WIC 1T (site 1) and WIC 2T accomodate the single 10Mbps line? I am not familiar with the speed support per card.

thanks in advance

regards,

Eduard

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Hall of Fame Super Silver

Re: speed betweent WIC-1T and WIC2T

Hello Eduard,

as far as I know 10 Mbps are not possible on a single synchronous serial line unless HSSI (that is a different hardware)

Verify with your provider if they are going to give you a LAN (ethernet of FE ) termination

Hope to help

Giuseppe

Super Bronze

Re: speed betweent WIC-1T and WIC2T

My guess would be your existing 2 Mbps is an E1 connect to your WIC-1T. Don't believe the 1T or 2T WICs will support more than 2 Mbps. To obtain 10 Mbps, you'll likely need either subrate E3 line and new interface to support it or an Ethernet handoff. Another option would be to use 5 E1s.

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Hall of Fame Super Silver

Re: speed betweent WIC-1T and WIC2T

Hello Eduard,

as far as I know 10 Mbps are not possible on a single synchronous serial line unless HSSI (that is a different hardware)

Verify with your provider if they are going to give you a LAN (ethernet of FE ) termination

Hope to help

Giuseppe

Super Bronze

Re: speed betweent WIC-1T and WIC2T

My guess would be your existing 2 Mbps is an E1 connect to your WIC-1T. Don't believe the 1T or 2T WICs will support more than 2 Mbps. To obtain 10 Mbps, you'll likely need either subrate E3 line and new interface to support it or an Ethernet handoff. Another option would be to use 5 E1s.

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