Need to connect a 2620 to a 2610 via the T1 CSU/DSU wic's

I need to connect 2 cisco 2600 series router together via the T1 CSU/DSU wic's.  I've done this many times with 2500 series routers...via the DTE/DCE v.35 serial cables from cisco....but not via the T1 CSU/DSU wic's.  This can't be that difficult....I think I'm just missing something on the serial config's....any help would be appreciated.


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post your config so we can help you find out what is missing
Are you usinig a T1 cross over cable? Pin 1 on the near end goes to pin 4 on the far end, and pin 2 on the near end goes to pin 5 on the far end, and visa versa for the far end.

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naiadminAuthor Commented:
That's it....I looked up T1 crossover and found the same cable config.  I made myself a cable and everything came up....I figured it was something like that... Thanks for the info.  

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