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T3 muxing

We have t3 coming into our facility feeding a mux which breaks out this circuit into individual t1s which we feed to our internal router.  I would like to bring this muxing component internally into the router and breakout the t1s logically with separate IPs internally.   I have a nm-t3/e3 board from a previous project that I would like to re-use.  Is this even possible and can someone point me to a document?

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Re: T3 muxing

Hello Jgadbois,

you need a channelized network module for doing this and you would need to move all the T1 links to the router with the channelized module you cannot use the module as an ADM

The module you have is not the correct one it is not channelized.

Hope to help

Giuseppe

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Hall of Fame Super Silver

Re: T3 muxing

Hello Jgadbois,

you need a channelized network module for doing this and you would need to move all the T1 links to the router with the channelized module you cannot use the module as an ADM

The module you have is not the correct one it is not channelized.

Hope to help

Giuseppe

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Re: T3 muxing

G,

Had to look up ADM but now I know.  Thanks for your reply.  I think I rated the response correctly.

J

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