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Cisco IOS in a Nutshell, 2nd Edition by James Boney

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Name

isdn service — interface

Synopsis

isdn service dsl number b_channel number state value
no isdn service dsl number b_channel number state value

Configures

A B channel range to a specified state

Default

Disabled

Description

This command sets a range of B channels or an entire PRI interface to “in service,” “maintenance,” or “out of service.”

dsl number

The digital subscriber loop number.

b_channel number

The B channel or range of B channels to which the command applies. number can range from 0-24, where 0 means the entire PRI interface. A range of consecutive channels is indicated by n-m, where n and m can range from 1-24.

state value

The state to which you wish to set the channels. The state is indicated by a number between 0 and 2; 0 is for “in service,” 1 is for “maintenance,” and 2 is for “out of service.”

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