The config below is ok. In contrast to what Mike told you, the WIC-1T is the right piece of equipment for the job. An WIC-1E does not exist. The closest to this is a WIC-1ENET wich actually is a WIC with an Ethernet port. The WIC-1T is a serial port interface card (capable of max 8mbps). Anytime you use external CSU/DSU you need a serial T interface.
Hi Robert, > > If your provider goves you E1, then you need WIC-1E card. I heard that > some external CSU/DSU allow you to connect to either T1 or E1, but 99.9% > of cards are not compatible. T1 is 1.5Mb, when E1 is 2Mb, they use > different number of frames, different synchronization, etc., so they will > not work together. You need to buy WIC-1E card for your router. > > Good luck, > > Mike >
formatting link> > > >> We have a new ISP >> >> They provided E1 (G.703) Connection >> >> I am using Metrodata DC1000 and Cisco 1610 with WIC-1T >> >> WAN IP >> 100.100.100.158/30 >> remote gtw 100/100/100/157 >> >> LAN IP >> 100.100.93.16/28 >> >> my config is (fake IP1s) >> >> IS THIS OK ? >> >> Current configuration: >> ! >> version 12.0 >> service timestamps debug uptime >> service timestamps log uptime >> no service password-encryption >> ! >> hostname v3 >> ! >> ip subnet-zero >> no ip routing >> ! >> process-max-time 200 >> >> interface Ethernet0/0 >> ip address 100.100.93.17 255.255.255.240 >> no ip directed-broadcast >> no ip route-cache >> ! >> interface Serial0/0 >> ip address 100.100.100.158 255.255.255.252 >> no ip directed-broadcast >> no ip route-cache >> ! >> ip classless >> ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 100.100.100.157 >> no ip http server >> ! >> line con 0 >> transport input none >> line aux 0 >> line vty 0 4 >> password telnet >> login >> ! >> no scheduler allocate >> end >> > >