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So I am setting up a new Cisco 2900 router for a site and AT&T is providing the T1 circuit. I need to config this router but I haven't done one in years and was wondering if someone can assist. Below is the info from AT&T but I am confuse on what IP's to use for the s1 int and fe0/0 int. And if there is anything else I need to add....

Configuration Details:
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> IP Classless: in global configuration
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> LBO: 0.0 (If cat 5 cable < 50 ft. (default in most units), if > next
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> setting (7.5)
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> Line Coding: B8ZS (Bipolar 8 zeros substitution)
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> Net Signal: ESF (Extended Super Frame)
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> Port Base Rate: 64K (1 ch = 56k or 64k each channel)
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> Equipment Information:
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> Equipment Provider: Customer
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> Installation Type: Tele-Install
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> Timing: Net (from Network)
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> Encapsulation: PPP
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> Routing Protocol:Static
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> Port Speed:1544
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> VoIP Media Address:
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> VoIP Signaling Address:
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> IP Address Block
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> IP Address: x.x.211.160/29
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> WAN Link Details:
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> WAN Link IP Address:x.x.222.164
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> WAN Link IPV4 Reference Address:N/A
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> AR Serial INT IP Address:x.x.222.165
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> CR Serial INT IP Address:x.x.222.166
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> WAN Link Subnet Mask:255.255.255.252
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> Circuit Details:
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> Access Circuit Identifier:.DHEC.291140..ATI..
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> Service Circuit Identifier:.DHEC.291140..ATI..
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> Channel Allocation:
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> Domains :
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> Domain Name:
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> Primary Server:
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> IPv6 Primary Server:
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> Secondary DNS:
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> Secondary Server:
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> IPv6 Secondary Server
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> Internet Services :
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> Internet Service:
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> LAN Information:
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> IP Address:x.x.211.160/29
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> LAN/Ethernet/Gateway IP Address:
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> Broadcast IP Address:
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> Subnet Mask:29
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> BIB Device Type
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> BIB Base Unit Type:
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> Quantity of 8 Port PoE Device: 0
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> Quantity of 24 Port PoE Device: 0
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> Router name:
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> Router model:
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> Swap Router name:
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> Swap Router Model:


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CR=Customer Router

So your provider facing interface would be x.x.222.166/30

x.x.211.160/29 would be your inside network so you could use any address from x.x.211.161-166
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So my s0/0 would be x.x.222.166 255.255.255.252
and my f0/0 would be x.x.211.161 255.255.255.248

and my route would be 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 x.x.x.222.165

Is that right?
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Yep.
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Thanks. I was a bit rusty.
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