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t1 not show

By eyden ·
i have a cisco 2600 has 2 fast eth and 1 t1 card but the t1 does not show when i type sh int or sh controller

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more info needed

by himanshumogal143 In reply to t1 not show

what interfaces are shown with the sh ip int brief command?

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what happens?

by himanshumogal143 In reply to more info needed

what happens when you enter #controller T1 in global configuration mode?

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Have you tried the cisco site?

by Photogenic Memory In reply to t1 not show

I'm not familiar with the cisco 2600's. However in previledged exec mode which looks like this:

routernamehere#

Have you tried thses commands?:

routernamehere#sh run

or

routernamehere#sh int

If you see your T1 card listed then you may have to bring the interface up in global configuration mode. I went to the cisco site and saw something that might be helpful for you?:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/modules/ps3129/products_tech_note09186a0080093d70.shtml


In the future, please write more information about your problem? It's polite even if you're unsure. Try to dump the command-line output from your work into the post so people can get a better feel for what might be the problem. Without seeing this; it makes your question difficult to answer. Thank you.

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Have you tried the cisco site?

by Photogenic Memory In reply to t1 not show

I'm not familiar with the cisco 2600's. However in previledged exec mode which looks like this:

routernamehere#

Have you tried thses commands?:

routernamehere#sh run

or

routernamehere#sh int

If you see your T1 card listed then you may have to bring the interface up in global configuration mode. I went to the cisco site and saw something that might be helpful for you?:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/modules/ps3129/products_tech_note09186a0080093d70.shtml


In the future, please write more information about your problem? It's polite even if you're unsure. Try to dump the command-line output from your work into the post so people can get a better feel for what might be the problem. Without seeing this; it makes your question difficult to answer. Thank you.

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Have you tried the cisco site?

by Photogenic Memory In reply to t1 not show

I'm not familiar with the cisco 2600's. However in previledged exec mode which looks like this:

routernamehere#

Have you tried thses commands?:

routernamehere#sh run

or

routernamehere#sh int

If you see your T1 card listed then you may have to bring the interface up in global configuration mode. I went to the cisco site and saw something that might be helpful for you?:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/modules/ps3129/products_tech_note09186a0080093d70.shtml


In the future, please write more information about your problem? It's polite even if you're unsure. Try to dump the command-line output from your work into the post so people can get a better feel for what might be the problem. Without seeing this; it makes your question difficult to answer. Thank you.

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Sorry for the repetitive posts

by Photogenic Memory In reply to t1 not show

My browser flaked out and I clicked on the submit link too many times. Apologies!

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Simple stuff first

by Michael Kassner Contributor In reply to t1 not show

I think we need to step back and check the connections and hardware first. You have a T1 WIC card or do you have a CSU? If you have a WIC card when the extension cable is plugged in, is the CD light on and green? What LEDs are on at the smart jack and what color are they?

If all of that information is correct then you need to follow what the other people have been suggesting and at least publish a show running config or show ip int brief, which will allow the members to have an understanding of how the router is configured and if the interfaces are administratively up or not.

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