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Adding old T1s to a new configuration

As embarrassing as it is, my facility is running on two T1 lines. One connects us to AT&T and the other connects us directly to our corporate facility. This is a mirror of an old system we once ...
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What is a T1 in modern terms?

I often hear this term used "We have a T1"... used on SF and other sites. I googled it and it seems like an ancient technology possibly related to frame relay but I'm not sure. Maybe things have ...
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Asterisk can't make nor receive calls through a T1 PRI interface to a Cisco 2430 router

I have an Asterisk 1.8 phone switch with a Digium T1 card. It runs using 5ESS PRI through our present phone provider without a problem. However, we're contemplating switching to Time Warner's fiber ...
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Can't configure frame relay T1 on Cisco 1760

For the past few days I've been trying to configure a data T1 via a Frame Relay. Now I've been pretty unsuccessful at it, and it's been a while, since I've done this so please bare with me. The ISP ...
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Same network subnet across T1 or T3 leased lines?

Suppose I have a bunch of facilities, each with a /16 network under the 10.0.0.0/8 private address range. For example, my head office is 10.0.0.0/16, and we have two branches 10.1.0.0/16 and ...
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Can PRI be ran along side browser/VPN data on a Fiber Line?

Our business is looking to have a fiber line installed in place of our current set up of 3 T1 lines and a DSL line. Before I can eliminate all of the T1 lines, I need to know if the PRI, that I have ...
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What's so special about leased lines (T1, DS3, etc)

I understand the theory of having "dedicated bandwidth" but why would a small/medium business purchase a leased line for access to the internet? In today's day and age residential grade connections ...
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Cisco Serial vs T1/E1

I have a router and I have the chance to receive the WAN connection either from a Serial port (Smart Serial) or T1/E1. I have both cards for Serial and E1/T1 interfaces. I really don't know what are ...
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Ideas for adding a second internet connection to existing network?

I have a remote site with a T1 connection tied back to a main location. This provides access to the servers at the main location and also provides internet access via the main location. The problem ...
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How to segregate network devices between several T1s and a Cable connection?

So, I'm working on setting up a call center. Our outbound calls will be going to an off-site dialer so they'll be going over the internet as data (VoIP?). Then we have our customer service department, ...
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Questions and opinions of a Cable line with a back-up T1

My company currently has only a Covad T1 that connects the main office to the internet. This line is mainly for our billing office (located across the state) to connect to us for our Terminal Server. ...
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T1 versus Cable Modem

We've been using T1's for years and never changed the connection to a faster Cable Modem. I am concerned about support, return to service. I cannot find in legalese Cable vs T1's FCC Regulations ...
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Cisco 1760 T1 Setup

My 1760 has a WIC1-T1 card in Slot 0 and the slot 0 "OK" light is lit. When the router boots it shows that it sees the T1 card. I would like to configure my T1. I received the following details from ...
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Cisco E1/T1 Time Slot

What is exactly the Cisco's E1/T1 time slot? How do I configure them?
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Siemens se5940, Factory Reset? Reconfig?

I have inherited a Siemens se5940 T1 gateway that I would like to reset and put into use. I have been looking around for a manual but I'm not having much luck. Is anyone aware of a manual that can be ...
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IP address advice

Currently, we have a T1 line and Comcast. The web traffic is mostly over Comcast while the email traffic is over the T1 line. We want to swap it. Is there an advantage to get multiple IP address ...
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T1 Line Proper Setup, Routers

I'm a webguy, not a server guy -- but I'm working in an office that just got a T1 line installed. It comes into the house via a glass covered box with Adtran logos on it with 4 ethernet sockets ...
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How many avg. users will a T1 line support?

The business incubator our company is enrolled in is moving to a new building. There has been talk about get a three T1 lines (4.5Mbps) as opposed to business class cable internet (10-50Mbps). How ...
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Simple point to point Cisco Router config for a T1

We recently started leasing a small new site and part of the agreement was to have the owner of the building provide a point to point link between our main site and this building and we would purchase ...
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Troubles setting up my new T1

I'm more of a web developer kind of guy with limited knowledge of networks, so if anyone can point in the right direction, I would be grateful. I am replacing my satellite connection with a T1 I got ...
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Do I need a VPN to secure communication over a T1 line?

I have a dedicated T1 line that runs between my office and my data center. Both ends have public IP addresses. On both ends, we have AdTran T1 routers which connect to SonicWall firewalls. The ...
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CSU/DSU reccomendation

I need a CSU/DSU to terminate a T1 from our new ISP. It needs to support PPP encapsulation and must have an ethernet output so that we can connect it directly to a switch. What device would you ...
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Is it a bad idea to run voice and data over the same bonded T1?

Currently we have a T1 which we use for both our voice and data. We are looking at getting a bonded T1 but have been told by the provider that it would be a bad idea to run both voice and data on a ...
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Need solutions in sharing a 3Mb/768Kbps DSL line to 60+ users and faster bandwidth

Two parts. Part 1: We currently have 2 DSL Lines with 3Mb/768Kbps speeds load balanced for 60+ users. Accessing the Internet is borderline unusable. The simple solution would be to get a faster DSL ...
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ADSL to T1, Is it worth it for us?

The company I work for has roughly 45-55 simultaneous users (local and remote/VPN) logged in at a given time. We currently subscribe to an ADSL connection but we have been experiencing slower ...
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fax server farm architechture

I'm not sure this is the right forum for this, but it's not Stackoverflow so... I'm trying to figure out an architecture to solve the following problem, maybe someone here can help: I have a T1 ...
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WiMAX vs a real T1

Our main office currently runs on an unreliable pair of bonded T1s in a somewhat remote area. Our lines have issues about 3 - 4 times a year (esp. after rain) which no one seems to be able to fix. Our ...
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What benefits do a T1 line provide over “business-class” cable?

We are in a semi-rural area, so our internet connection options are pretty limited. We currently pay about $500/month for a dedicated T1 line at 1.5/1.5 Mbps from the local ISP. In comparison, Comcast ...