Cisco 2610 Router

Hi,

I am just starting to learn cisco router, and I did some practice with sim too. I have a cisco 2610 router with me. It's got 2 T1 modules. I am trying to configure this with an internet T1 line. I assume running the "sh running-config", it will show me 3 interfaces: Serial0, Serial1, and Ethernet0, but the T1 modules was showing up as controller T1 0/0 and 0/1. I try to config the interface as ethernet0 by assigning ip address to it, but it didn't work. Is this interface the same as CSU/DSU module used on most T1 internet line? How should I configure this T1 module to work with a T1 internet line. Any sample configure would be helpful, thank you. Below is a sh running-config.

Current configuration: ! version 12.0 service timestamps debug uptime service timestamps log uptime service password-encryption ! hostname cisco ! ! !

ip subnet-zero ip name-server 111.111.111.1 ! ! ! controller T1 0/0 ! controller T1 0/1 ! ! ! ! interface Ethernet0/0 description ethernet0 ip address 216.194.16.129 255.255.255.248 no ip directed-broadcast no ip route-cache no ip mroute-cache ! ip classless no ip http server ! ! line con 0 transport input none line aux 0 line vty 0 4

login ! end

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ryu1
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First you need to configure channel-groups on your T1/E1 controller and then you'll have a serial Interface in your configuration. IP addreses or DLCI's are give on serial ip addresses. Some googling with help you getting the appropriate configuration.

ryu1 wrote:

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ahmad.lists

I did manage to get the info from the web and was able to configure serial. After everything is done, I took out the cable from a working router into this one I just configured, and there is no lights (It used to have AL light up when there is no cable plugged in). I rebooted the router and now the T1 interface won't come up, no lights or anything show up in the T1 card, did it burn out? I checked my "sh running-config" and all the controller T1 and Serial interface are gone. Does mean this card went back? This is a VWIC 2MFT-T1-DI, and I did a test simply plugging in a cable that's working on an existing WIC card from another router.

This is my configure for the T1 module

controller T1 0/0 framing esf clock source internal linecode b8zs channel-group 0 timeslots 1-24 speed 64 ! controller T1 0/1

! interface Serial0/0:0 ip address 111.111.111.1 255.255.255.0 no ip directed-broadcast no ip mroute-cache

Thanks, Alan

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ryu1

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Did you save your config before you rebooted? If you didn't save and you rebooted, you just undid what you figured out how to do.

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Doug McIntyre

I did copy the running-config to startup-config, and I double check by sh startup-config to verify the config has been copied. But on the other hand, even if I have never configure the router, it will at least show what interface I have on my router, like ethernet, serial, or controller T1, right? It just won't have any configuration when typing sh config. It looks like my router didn't detect the controller T1 now, I don't think I will damage the card by simply plugging in a cable, right?

Thanks, Alan

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ryu1

There seems to have some problem with OS version. Look into the OS version, install a different version and see if it works.

BR, Mujahid

ryu1 wrote:

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mujahidiqbal

Where can I download the IOS, but I heard that the IOS can only be downloaded from Cisco but only account with service contract. Is there any place I could download for my cisco 2610 router, I saw the latest vesion is 12.4.

Thanks, Alan

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ryu1

The only legal source of IOS is Cisco, and Cisco requires services contracts. [There are some exemptions to this related to releases that fix security problems> in that case, the updated IOS should be obtained from your VAR or by opening a special case with Cisco.]

Sometimes people post IOS versions on warez sites: the legal penalties for pirating software vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction; in Canada and the USA, the legal penalties can include jail time.

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Walter Roberson

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