2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 29, 2018 5:56 AM by timlytle

    Which T1 interface should I use for a PRI?

    timlytle New Member

      I have 50+ TA9xxe in the field and they are doing SIP to PRI conversion, and all are using T1 interface 0/1 or 0/2,  no current complaints or issues that I am aware of.     Just getting conflicting information......

       

      Total Access 9XXe - SIP to PRI sample configuration  the Sample config shows T1 interface 0/1 used (matches my deployment)

      Total Access 900 900e PRI Trunk Quick Configuration Guide  the document states "In the TA 900 series, only T1 port 0/2 can be used for a PRI connection. In the TA 900e series, T1 ports 0/3 and 0/4 can be used for PRI connections"

       

      which one is accurate?

      If I should be using interface 0/3 and 0/4, why?  trying to determine if I need to revisit my existing deployments

        • Re: Which T1 interface should I use for a PRI?
          markfreeman Employee

          Timothy,

          Depends on what generation TA900e you have. If you have 2nd Gen (white unit) then only ports 3/4 can be used for PRI interfaces. If you have 3rd gen (Black unit) then 1-4 can be used for PRI interfaces but maximum of 2 can be configured depending on what p/n you ordered regarding number of DSPs, we sell a 30 and 60 count version.

           

          If you do a show version it will show you have many you have like so:

           

          Tiger#show version

          ADTRAN, Inc. OS version R13.2.2.E

            Mainline Version: ENM.17.94

            P4 Changelist: 651357

            Checksum: ccd996184c9dfa18573d4fbd589120e70d648470dd614b267ba6b072e7f8dcdd

            Built on: Mon Aug  6 05:34:43 CDT 2018

          Hardware version L.1.5.0.0-0

          Boot ROM version R10.9.3.B1

            Built on: Fri Apr 11 09:42:09 CDT 2014

            Compatibility Version: 1

          Copyright (c) 1999-2018, ADTRAN, Inc.

          Platform: Total Access 908e (3rd Gen), part number 4243908F5

          Serial number CFG1384365

          Flash: 97120256 bytes  DRAM: 509648896 bytes

           

           

          Tiger uptime is 3 weeks, 3 days, 5 hours, 35 minutes, 53 seconds

           

           

          slot 0, DSP 1

            DSP software version: G3.R1.4..2-R 

            DSP hardware version: Freescale BSC9131

            Total channels: 60

           

          Let me know if you have any other questions.

           

          -Mark

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