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Cable Required for PRI to Cisco 2811

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I have a PRI that will be going into a VWIC2-1MFT-T1/E1 on a Cisco 2811.  I am wondering if I need any special cable for this connection - crossover, t1 crossover, etc.  I do not want any surprises once I go there and do this turn up.  Please let me know the type of cable required.
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The cable from the demarc to the router is a straight-through CAT5/5e/6 RJ45 - no special cable is required.
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