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Configuring Cisco 1760 Routers with a T1

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I need to configure two Cisco 1760 Routers with T1 cards and WIC's installed to use on a chanelized T1... chanels 1 through 12 and 24 to be used for voice applications. (I am a novice with Cisco but the Configuration Maker has been a help)
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I need to configure a SMC 24 port Switch and two Cisco 1760 Routers with T1 cards and WIC's installed to use on a chanelized T1... chanels 1 through 12 and 24 to be used for voice applications. (I am a novice with Cisco but the Configuration Maker has been a help)
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sheahmed earned 350 total points
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DarylnCA ...

no need to worry about configuration, etc ... here you can find a lot of cisco experts and cisco lovers...

configuring channelized T1 isnt a big deal ... just go ahead with the link below ...

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/software/ios120/12cgcr/dial_c/dcchant.htm#wp4549


Regards,
Sheeraz Ahmed
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I guess I needed to clarify the question some...

I need to configure a SMC 24 port Switch and two Cisco 1760 Routers with WIC-1CSU-T1 cards channels 1 through 12 and 24 to be passed through from Router to Router across the T1. I am using the system to pass those channels to a digital phone system and the remaining bandwidth is passing Data between the locations LAN/WAN(I am a novice with Cisco but the Configuration Maker has been a help)
I called Cisco and am waiting a resolution... They get screwed up when I mention phones.
I can currently use the T1 without the Routers to pass the Phone signal from PBx to PBx no problem.

It appears there needs to be an additional WIC card on each router in order to pass the channels across that is being sent to the PBx.
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