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what is frame and unframe, how to check?

hi all expert here, i newbie here and work in network support now.

just want to ask ...how to check the device is "frame" and "unframe"

and what is frame and unframe

thanks.

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Re: what is frame and unframe, how to check?

Hello Frankie,

in which context did you pick up those words?

It reminds me about an E1 interface, where you can have a framed and an unframed E1. An E1 is the European equivalent of a T1. With an E1 you have one option of using it in a 2048 kbps bit stream configuration called "unframed E1". Or you can use framing, i.e. a certain arrangement of the bits and bytes during transmission giving you 30 or 31 channels with 64 kbps each. The latter option is called a "framed E1". Depending on your hardware there are different commands to check this.

Hope this helps! Please rate all posts.

Regards, Martin

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