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Cisco 3640 network-clock command

vpersaud001
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Hello,

Can anyone verify that the 3640 does NOT support network-clock commands? If not, how do you configure clocking for a PRI?

Thanks,

vp

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Manish Gogna
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Hi,

Any routers with a TDM clock on the motherboard require the 'network-clock-participate' and/or 'network-clock-select' commands.

 

With the 3640, this does not have a TDM clock on the motherboard so these commands were not necessary. 

 

This is pretty much what i understand about 3640 and hence shared with you.

 

Manish

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Manish Gogna
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Hi,

Any routers with a TDM clock on the motherboard require the 'network-clock-participate' and/or 'network-clock-select' commands.

 

With the 3640, this does not have a TDM clock on the motherboard so these commands were not necessary. 

 

This is pretty much what i understand about 3640 and hence shared with you.

 

Manish

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Thank you Manish. I was trying to setup a 3640 for dialin access over a PRI and was getting error message "modem not found due to wrong b chan num..." as documented in bug CSCsc43419. I saw a thread about using the network-clock commands to resolve. I was able to get it working by making a number of other config changes.

Thanks for your response.

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