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Re: what's channellized E1?
- From: Richard Almeida
- Date: Mon Sep 21 16:37:11 1998
Yes, an E1 has 32 * 64k timeslots, one is reserved for timing (thus
leaving 31 real channels), and if your running ISDN on it, one gets
reserved for signalling (ts16)
(Or you can run an E1 in untimed mode and get a point to point 2048k circuit)
Many Euro telcos will provide a bunch of various size circuits adding
up to 31*64k delivered as an E1 at the ISP , the router then is told
which leased line is on which timeslots, and they then look like a bunch
of seperate interfaces. Very good for port density !
In a previous message email@example.com wrote:
> I'm not 100% sure about Euro T1's, but I believe its this...
> T1 - can be used for data in different forms. Running Frame, ATM.. etc
> A channelized T1 is provisioned to have 64k channels used for data/voice
> (ISDN etc).
> At 04:33 PM 9/18/98 +0800, you wrote:
> >Hi friends,
> >A very very basic question:
> >What does "channellized E1" mean? What's its difference from a "normal"
> >E1 connection?
> >reply to my mail box, if you think such message is too basic posting
> >on nanog, thanks.
> >Yu Ning
> >Yu Ning
> >ATM R&D Centre of
> >BUPT (Beijing U. of Posts&Telecom)
> >Beijing (ZIP:100876, MBox:147#), P.R.China
> >Ideas ONLY reflect my own views,:-)
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