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channelized e1 forwarding

channelized e1 forwarding

channelized e1 forwarding

i would like to ask you that :

i have an E1 which inludes menagement data of my radio network(each time slot has one network information), and i would like to send this data ,which belongs to separated timeslots , to network menagement server.

each timeslot has ip menagement  data of separated networks, but no timeslot has any ip.[/B]

i can explain like below:

1- we inserted  lan data to timeslot but our converter had no ip, so we couldnt assign any ip to this timeslot. but this timeslots data is an ip data!!!

so , for this condition,

1 - can i send my e1(31 ts) from one router to another router (each router is in different cities)
2- if  i can send this e1 from one router to another router then can i send each of this timeslots  to my network menagement server?  
if you help me, i would be so , so , so happy

thank you in advance

RE: channelized e1 forwarding

I am not sure I understand the questions, but I will give it a try anyways.

From what i understand you have an E1 with 32 timeslots, each represents a different network, and you want to converge all of that into your primary management network.  But you don't know how.

Well, I'm not familiar at all with European standard, but if they are anything like ours, you don't put IPs on timeslots because that's totally transparent to you.  Your provider will coordonate the timeslots to they talk to each other correctly, you do not configure them.  What you do configure is the serial interface on your routers.  You put your IP addresses on your serial interfaces on the routers of all sites and configure a routing protocol to route all traffic to your management central network.

Hope this clears up your situation.


RE: channelized e1 forwarding

thank you very much mart.

RE: channelized e1 forwarding

If I understood the question and the answer correctly, You would need to configure sub-interfaces with different DLCI's on the serial connection over the frame-relay link, is that correct?

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