[c-nsp] Re: T1 circuits over OC3
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Fri Oct 1 10:41:57 EDT 2004
Yup, Jay, you understand my issue perfectly.
But the thing I still don't get is, do you, and if so how do you break out
the T1 clients?
Client T1 --> LEC --> ATM-OC3 --> LS1010 --> OC3 --> Router
| (local) |
\-------- T1 -------/
Client T1 --> LEC --> ATM-OC3 --> LS1010 --> 1.5Mbps PVC in OC3 --> Router
Obviously the latter would preferable, no matter how cheap the T1 cards are.
From: Jay Ford [mailto:jnford at seatpost.its.uiowa.edu] On Behalf Of Jay Ford
Sent: Friday, October 01, 2004 11:02 AM
To: Andy Dills
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Subject: Re: [c-nsp] Re: T1 circuits over OC3
On Fri, 1 Oct 2004, Andy Dills wrote:
> I don't think they wanted to use an ATM T1, as nobody wants the cell loss
> on low speed links like that. And few people have that type of CPE
> equipment laying around.
I'm not talking about ATM on T1. I'm talking about T1 on ATM. The CPE
interface is plain old T1 at both ends.
> See, I thought the requirement was for terminating a traditional leased
> line, for instance using HDLC or PPP, but just accepting the T1 over the
> ATM. Similar to a channelized DS3.
Yeah, I wasn't figuring delivering the T1 at the edges via ATM, just over
in the cloud.
> That's L1, I'm talking L2.
The upper layers are whatever you want. It looks like a real T1 to the gear
at the edges.
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