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What is the difference between DS3 Framing C-BIT and M23?

Posted on 2015-02-11
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Having issues with the stability of a DS3 running voice and data over the DS3.   DS3 is broken int T-1's
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It's been a long time and so don't quote me on this, but I believe that one of them is when the DS3 is presented as a "single DS3" to you and the other is for when you are presented with the individual T1's so you can break them down as you want.
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