[nsp] Channelized DS3

Clayton Zekelman clayton at mnsi.net
Mon Aug 4 10:45:20 EDT 2003

HSSI is only a single channel.  A channelized T3 is a bundle of 28 T1 interfaces.  The goal would be for the router to see  the DS3 circuit as 28 separate serial interfaces coming in on one DS3. I could have sworn my Cisco rep mentioned a 3600 series NM for that purpose once, but I could be mistaken.  I can pull up the e-mail he sent me when I get into the office later today.

>Subject: RE: [nsp] Channelized DS3
>   From: "Mark Tinka" <mtinka at africaonline.co.ug>
>   Date: Mon, 4 Aug 2003 15:51:28 +0300
>     To: "'Brian Vowell'" <brian at digitalix.net>, <cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net>
>cisco-nsp-bounces at puck.nether.net wrote:
>> What's the cheapest way to terminate a channelized DS3 circuit into a
>> Cisco router?  Can this be done on a 2600 series, or do we have to
>> move up to a 7200?
>> thanks...
>Well, I haven't yet come this far with my WANs, but wouldn't an HSSI
>interface do? It can do some 52Mbps or so? Haven't really used it before, so
>I can't offer more than this.
>Mark Tinka - CCNA
>Network Engineer, Africa Online Uganda
>cisco-nsp mailing list  cisco-nsp at puck.nether.net
>archive at http://puck.nether.net/pipermail/cisco-nsp/

More information about the cisco-nsp mailing list