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how to check if the router ( SHDSL interface ) working properly ?

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I Have Router Cisco 3854 -MB and this router have following Cards :
- HWIC -2shdsl
- NM-16AM - V2 Modem / Quantity 4 cards /

and i have these question please answer me clearly

Q1 : HWIC -2 shdsl cards ( have LED L0 = Green On and LED L1 OFF ) is this mean
the Card ( L0 ) configured properly and working .

Q2 : how to know if this cards connected to MPLS.VPN network

Q3 : i tried to check the configuration using SDM V25 but i noticed it is not supported all Cards installed , what you prefer ( GUI programs ) to check the router configuration .

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what does "show interfaces" produce?
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For more information about  Q1 check this picture

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Dear Valutus
Now i can't answer you , tomorrow i will check it ( show interface command )
and will you give  an answer

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Excellent.  The show Interfaces command will provide you with full details as to the status of the connection.  Your specifically interested in the status of the ATM0/0/0 and ATM0/0/1 interfaces.
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ok ...how i can notice from Show interface command if the interface is connected to

Public network ( mpls.vpn )

do you have Skybe

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Paste the output of the show Interfaces command here.
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Thanks All

I Solved My problem by my Self
 
Q1 : to know if card is connected to public network ( L0 must be Green ) this mean the SHDSL interface is connected and working

Q2 : if you want to know if the card is connected to MPLS.VPN network
after configuring the card issue command ( Show IP route )

you will see ( New Line ) at routing table ...connected to dialer interface this mean the card connected to MPLS.VPN

Q3 : I used  SDM after upgrading IOS


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Had you posted the information I requested it would have been trivial to determine the status of your connection...  I'm glad you got it sorted out in the end.
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