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I have a P2P T1 connection between 2 locations. When I configured them, I added the command "service-module t1 remote-loopback full". Would it cause any problems or I should change it to "no service-module t1 remote-loopback full"???
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That command tells the router that if a loopback request is received, acknowledge and do the loopback. This is used for standard troubleshooting when there is a problem with the line. Having it there should not be a problem but you only need to have it there when you have a problem on T1 and while troubleshooting you want to put the T1 into loopback testing.

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Rajesh
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Won't hurt a thing to remove it. It would only be useful for diagnostics
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by:adil_acikgoz
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I got the "serial is up, line protocol is down (looped)" at the router.
I just want to know if I am getting this because of that command.
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Yes.
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