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Re: what's channellized E1?
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). --Tim 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. > >regards, > >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,:-) >___________________________________________ >