Hi, I have an Adtran router 600R in place in one of our branch offices that is intermittently losing connectivity. I had a local computer store come out and test the cables, where they ended up replacing a couple of end connectors. Everything came back up and was fine on Friday...then Saturday I got the call that the network was down again. Since then, it has been up and gone down about 20 times.
I have a Cisco 1720 router here that I would like to configure and ship there for replacement (we have NO IT on staff at this office). Could someone help out a novice Cisco person configure this to accept a T1 signal?
The connection will pass thru this Cisco to a small 8-port switch where the connection is split - one off to a Juniper Router (DHCP server and Firewall) and the other to our phone system. So, I just need the CSU/DSU functionality of this device to accept the T1 signal - the Juniper cannot handle it.
Our ISP gateway is 220.127.116.11, service IP (Juniper) is 18.104.22.168/29.
I don't know much at all about Cisco as we generally try and steer clear of the equipment. However, I found this device in a bunch of rubble and I know it will work as a quick fix for right now.... if I can get the thing actually programmed.
I would really appreciate some help,