cisco 5200 and leased line cisco 5200 and leased line frucht (ISP) (OP) 16 May 99 20:43 hi there! Is it possible to configure the 5200 to provide custumer access over a leased line? RE: cisco 5200 and leased line Warcorp (Staff) 16 May 99 22:17 no, the 5200 only accepts the e1/t1 cards that are broken out into either ISDN, 56 or standard asynch dial up. RE: cisco 5200 and leased line frucht (ISP) (OP) 17 May 99 05:58 so this configuration ist _not_ possible? ----modem1----\ ¦-------¦ ----modem2---------t1---¦as5200 ¦ ----modem3----/ ¦-------¦ ...modem23 the lines are leased, so there is no switch between modems and the 5200. Sorry if my question is stupid, but i can´t find anyone here in germany who can answer my questions ;(( Thank you, RE: cisco 5200 and leased line Warcorp (Staff) 17 May 99 09:48 Ok, let me see if I can clarify. You want to allow customers to connect to a 5200 over a dedicated leased line or through a regular dialup (a lot of dialups) that are provided by a single t1 line. So instead of having a bunch of inbound lines you have a t1 that is channelized from the phone carrier. If I read you right, yes, you can do what your asking, in fact that is really what the 5200 is for. The T1 accepts channelized connections from the CO either broken out as ISDN or Asynchronous dialup. You do however still have to purchase the modem cards for the 5200, otherwise the T1 has nothing to break the analog signals out to (or digital in the case of putting the micon digital modem cards for 56k access).