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How do I open up two (2) additional channels on CISCO 2611 to accomodate 128k to 256k change

How do I open up two (2) additional channels on CISCO 2611 to accomodate 128k to 256k change from our ISP?
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It really depends on how your ISP is providing the service :-)

If you could post a copy of your existing router config (the output of "show run"), then we'll be able to tell you.
Depends on if you have an external CSU/DSU, or an internal WIC DSU on the router.

If it is external, need to know make/model, etc.

If it is WIC internal, pretty basic 9 times out of 10:

interface serial 0/0
 service-module t1 timeslots 1-2  <== this will change

router(config)#interface serial 0/0
router(config-if)#service-module t1 timeslots 1-4  <== to this

the other 1/10 would see something like this:
interface serial 0/0
 service-module t1 timeslots 23-24  <== this might change to 21-24
ghSERVICESAuthor Commented:
This queston was entered again with additional information - other question answered succesfully by lmoore.
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