T1/PRI digital analog
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1 10101 - 10124 20101 - 20124
2 10201 - 10224 20201 - 20224
3 10301 - 10324 20301 - 20324
The first digit represents whether or not it's an analog or digital
connection (1=digital; 2=analog).
The next two digits represent the T1/PRI (WAN port). I don't know why it's
The next two digits represent the T1/PRI channel.
I'd imagine that the 6000 series has some kind of rhyme or reason, but I
don't know what it is. The docs should say something about it.
From: Randy Martin <IEARadius@austintx.net>
> I have two MAX 6000's that are reporting bizarre port numbers via radius.
> Here's what the -x15 output from Radius returns when people dial in to
> these boxes:
> T1/PRI Port 1 on 6000 -- Ports numbered 0-22
> T1/PRI Port 2 on 6000 -- Ports numbered 32-54
> T1/PRI Port 3 on 6000 -- Ports numbered 1088-1111
> T1/PRI Port 4 on 6000 -- Ports numbered 1120-1143
> That's 23 ports per PRI. If this isn't the strangest numbering scheme, I
> don't know what is :)
> Does anyone have any suggestions as to why the MAX is reporting these
> strange port numbers? I'm right on the verge if hand-coding the port
> numbers into the server ports table so I can see who is online, but I
> thought I would check before I did it in case there is an easier fix for
> this problem.
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