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T1 bonding for 2620

Hello.

Does anyone know what the correct module or modules would be required to support 4 bonded T1s in a 2620?

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Re: T1 bonding for 2620

Hi

You can go for NM-4T card and plug in your T1's onto it.

Once you are done with that i would still suggest to consider bundling them as 2 seperate bundles instead of having 1 single bundle with 4 links...

If you are doing like this then make sure you have proper static routes defined so that the traffic utilises both the path(bundles).

are you taking all the T1's from the same telco ?

regds

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Re: T1 bonding for 2620

The NM-4T has serial ports. I would have to put something like an ADTRAN in front of those to plug the T1s into. I'm currently bundeling 2 T1's into a TASMAN. I'm looking to double the bandwidth and move the T1s into the 2620 so I can implement QOS. The TASMAN doesn't support QOS. All 4 T1s will be coming from Qwest's PRN network. Are there any modules for the 2620 that support multiple direct T1 ( RJ45 ) connections?

Re: T1 bonding for 2620

hi

do refer this link which has the whole interface/module portfolio supported by Cisco 2600 series router.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps259/products_relevant_interfaces_and_modules.html

regds

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Re: T1 bonding for 2620

You are probably looking for:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/routers/ps259/products_data_sheet09186a0080091b9c.html

I don't have much experience with T carriers, but I have a lot with QoS. 2600 is a software platform, and I don't understand why wouldn't you be able to implement QoS with Tasman?

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