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Reddoug

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Hi All

I am working on my CCNA and have aquired 3 old cisco 2600 routers that have T1 DSU/CSU cards in them. Is there away to connect them together like with serial cables? My instructor does not think that I will be able to do it. Trying to set up a lab.

Thanks, Doug
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As far as I know you cannot connect two or more routers together. Only one router per setup is allowed.
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You can hook routers together with cat5 crossover cables in the ethernet ports and serial cables with dce/dte and set clock rate on dce end on serial ports. I am trying to find away to connect the T1 ports together. I am want to practice setting up frame-relay, dhcp, ppp chap, nat for my CCNA cert test.

Doug
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Found away to make a crossover T1 cable and it works. YA!!

Doug
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