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BITS clocking I am curious if the ALU7750 SR-12 has internal bits clocking that can be pushed to all the cards on the box? Also, is there MR-APS support on the ChOC12 cards? I am about to roll out a big deployment and someone said this platform was a good one. Anything I should be aware of? overview of setup dual chassis TDM/Ethernet setup with Cisco 6500 interoperability. Infrastructure layout is purely transport with minimal QoS configurations.

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MR-APS is a Cisco specific Tech, although Alactel does have it's equivalent

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