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T1 Help

does anyone have any documentation for a Cisco 2811 router with a VWIC2-1MFT-T1/E1 card? I am trying to figure out how to configure a data t1 link. With this particular WIC, i do not have the Interface Serial command.

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Re: T1 Help

You need to use the "card type" command to specify the type of card, after that the interfaces will show up. See below:

Router(config)#control?

control-plane

Router(config)#card type ?

e1 E1

t1 T1

Router(config)#card type t1 ?

<0-2> Card slot number (always 0 for 1800 series & 2801 routers)

Router(config)#card type t1 0 1

Router(config)#

Router(config)#control?

control-plane controller

Router(config)#controller t1 ?

<0-0> Controller slot number

Router(config)#controller t1 0/1/0

Router(config-controller)#

HTH,

Rob

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Re: T1 Help

Michael

Rob has pointed you in the right direction. You need to start with the card type command. After you define the card type you need to configure the controller as Rob shows. Then you probably need to configure time slots to initialize your serial interface. It might look something like: channel-group 0 timeslots 1-24. It would then initialize interface serial0/1/0:0 which you can then configure.

HTH

Rick

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Bronze

Re: T1 Help

You need to use the "card type" command to specify the type of card, after that the interfaces will show up. See below:

Router(config)#control?

control-plane

Router(config)#card type ?

e1 E1

t1 T1

Router(config)#card type t1 ?

<0-2> Card slot number (always 0 for 1800 series & 2801 routers)

Router(config)#card type t1 0 1

Router(config)#

Router(config)#control?

control-plane controller

Router(config)#controller t1 ?

<0-0> Controller slot number

Router(config)#controller t1 0/1/0

Router(config-controller)#

HTH,

Rob

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: T1 Help

Michael

Rob has pointed you in the right direction. You need to start with the card type command. After you define the card type you need to configure the controller as Rob shows. Then you probably need to configure time slots to initialize your serial interface. It might look something like: channel-group 0 timeslots 1-24. It would then initialize interface serial0/1/0:0 which you can then configure.

HTH

Rick

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Re: T1 Help

That got it guys, thanks! Just got EIGRP running over the link too. I kept looking for the Serial interface and couldn't figure out why it wasn't there. Time to test some QoS.

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