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Re: Router to Router serial connectivity posted 03/02/1999
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Thanks Lance. It looks as though I will have an AGS+ at my disposal which I
have been told can allow for
DCE type connections on the serial interfaces by changing a jumper setting.
Thanks to all who helped on this one.

Michelle Truman
CCNA

----- Original Message -----
From: Lance M. Aubry <aubryl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: Cisco <cisco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>; Michelle Truman <michelle@xxxxxxx>
Sent: Tuesday, March 02, 1999 6:44 AM
Subject: RE: Router to Router serial connectivity


>Hi Michelle,
>I don't know if someone has already answered this for you, but the 3102
does
>not support DTE.  I believe there was a recent posting to this effect.
Plus
>I've been bitten by the same situation.
>
>Lance M. Aubry
>MCSE, CNE, A+
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:nobody@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx]On Behalf Of
>Michelle Truman
>Sent: Friday, February 26, 1999 6:57 PM
>To: cisco@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>Subject: Router to Router serial connectivity
>
>
>Hello All,
>
>This is my first post here and I would just like to say that I have really
>already gotten so much valuable information from reading your posts. Thank
>you.
>
>I recently passed my CCNA and also took a new job with one of the major
Long
>Haul Carriers. They are
>going full-speed ahead with building Global IP services and I wanted to
>brush up on my IGP's and EGP's, particularly OSPF and BGP.  I built a home
>lab using Cisco 3000's and will soon add an AGS+ to act as a frame relay
>switch. I remember that in the past I have connected two 2501's using a
v.24
>DTE cable connected to a v.24 DCE cable. I set the clock rate on the serial
>interface of the router that had the DCE cable connected. This does NOT
seem
>to be working on the 3000's however. I believe they are 3102's with 1
serial
>(older, non high-density connector) and 1 ethernet. I have them set to
>default HDLC encapsulation and evertime I try to set the clock rate on the
>interface I get something like "that command not supported on this inteface
>type".
>
>I realize these are very old routers, but I can't figure out what the
>difference is nor why this shouldn't work. Of course the 2500 routers have
>the high-density cisco connector, but I can't see how that should matter.
>Can anyone verify whether this should work or not and perhaps tell me what
I
>need to do for router to router connectivity (other than the ethernets)??
>
>Michelle Truman
>IP Networking Consultant
>CCNA
>
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