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WAN and VOICE on the same E1 Circuit

Posted on 2009-07-06
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hi there

is it possible to split  one E1 circuit for data and voice.  Basicly we have one HDSL E1 circuit and we would like to use it for WAN but the also to use it to route PSTN calls.

does anybody done that before.
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by:Ron Malmstead
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It's called  a Fractional E1...
It's a split circuit into analog voice and data.

I've done fractional T1's, but i'm in the US and we don't have E1.
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by:Ron Malmstead
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Why not just get a voip provider ?, and do voice over IP ?   You would ultimately get more voice channels for less money using existing equipment.
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by:greekstones
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hi xuserx2000:

any sample configuration please for Fractional E1 .

the reason that we are going that way is because the voip in the country that we trying to install  is very expencive . is cheaper to buy E1 than Voip ,  is know is crazy.



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sorry if you can send me some sample configuration on T1 that will be great
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What kind of hardware are you using to connect ?
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2811
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by:greekstones
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Hi there

Sorry yes my divice is Cisco 2811.  

regards.
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