[nsp] cheapest way to terminate channelized DS-3...
ejay.hire at isdn.net
Thu Feb 19 17:32:06 EST 2004
Imho, a pa-t3-mc/pa-t3-mc+(4k-5k used) is the way to go.
There are very few places for it to break. If you rally
want an alternate cheap solution, the other option is to get
a ads-3 mux ($1k used), wire it up to a patchpanel or
snapjacks ($50), and then run the individual t's to
3xpa-mc-4t1 (500 each used)
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> All -
> We want to bring in a channelized DS-3 to terminate
> T-1s. We
> don't really want to spend $4K for a channelized DS-3 card
> 7206. I was wondering if someone else had a better
> at a much
> better cost.
> We'll be terminating about 10-12 T-1s for now.
> Chris Hale
> Peak Networks, Inc.
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