Re: Channellized T1

Mitchell B. Wagers ( (no email) )
Thu, 19 Feb 1998 18:13:23 -0800

Splitting it at your end is going to cost a few more dollars! Get your NX
equipment, setup the wiring, blah blah blah! I'm seeing a big headache
here. :)

At 05:54 PM 2/19/98 -0800, you wrote:
>Daniel Wood wrote:
>> >My telco is trying to sell me a channelized T-1 (B1?) to be split into
>> >dialup lines and 56k circuits for some remote pops to operate on. My only
>> >experience is with standard T-1's and 56k 4wire. What kind of equipment
do I
>> >need to use to split out a channelized line, and what make/model would the
>> >experienced recommend?
>> You can use a Ascend Max, USR Total Control or a Cisco AS5200.
>> They all take a channellized T1's in can used for dailup modems,
>> 56k or a 112k ISDN.
>And which of those can actually act as a mux/channel bank to
>split certain DS0s out to another location circuit? None that
>I know of.
>Dale E. Reed Jr. (
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