Today, network planners face a dilemma. Since the future of standards and services remains
unclear, there is a healthy concern about investing in what may become “deadend” technology.
Still, networks must grow and change, both to provide current revenue and to accommodate
emerging services and markets, while competition and deregulation add to the sense
• An intelligent T1 service delivery system
• Distributes up to 28 DS1 circuits over a variety of transport media
• Features an integrated intelligent network management system for centralized circuit control
• The only integrated intelligent platform on the market for simultaneous DS1 transport over
both copper and fiber
Intelligent T1 Service Delivery System
The Seattle, Las Vegas, and Atlanta arrays should use the same enterprise policy. Only the Chicago site
has a connection to the Internet. You want the other three sites to use dial-up connections to the Chicago
The ISA Server computers at the Seattle, Las Vegas, and Atlanta sites should provide Internet access to
client computers on the network. At what level should you configure dial-up connections, dial-up entry
policy elements, and routing rules at these three sites.