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T1 cabling on Juniper 2300 Router

T1 cabling on Juniper 2300 Router

(OP)
Hi,

   I am trying to connect two Juniper 2300 Routers back-to-back using a T1 cable? I would like to know if I can use any T1 cable as long as the pin-outs are correct, or is there a specific cable I have to use then the T1 cables used on Cisco routers?

Thank you,

Victor

RE: T1 cabling on Juniper 2300 Router

I am not sure how those routers connect. If it is Rj45 then most likely you will need a crossover cable. It would be a T1 crossover. pins 1,2,4,5 will crossover.

Kevin Wing
ACSS Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Communications
ACS- Implement IP Office
ACA- Implement IP Office
Carousel Industries

RE: T1 cabling on Juniper 2300 Router

Just google Crossover t1 cable.

CCNP

RE: T1 cabling on Juniper 2300 Router

(OP)
Thank you both for your quick response.

Victor

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