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Can I plug a T1 into a Juniper SSG5?

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Can I plug a T1 (from the demarc "smartbox", currently using rj45 cable) into an SSG5?  Or do I need to use the SSG20 with the CSU/DSU card....or a similar router with a CSU/DSU?

Thanks in advance.
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You need the SSG20 with the T1 interface card. The SSG5 can only handle ad dial-up connection either BRI ISDN or V92. Here's the data sheet;

http://www.juniper.net/us/en/local/pdf/datasheets/1000176-en.pdf

Cheers,
Gary
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And yes, you could use an external router as a gateway to get from T1 to Ethernet.

Gary
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OK, right now it's T1 demarc - RJ45 - EdgeMarc 4500.  So this means that the EdgeMarc has a CSU/DSU built in?
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Yes,  from the picture on this page it can do everything.  

http://www.edgewaternetworks.com/edgemarc_overview_page.htm

Cheers,
Gary
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