Question : ATM clocking

hi experts,

Can someone explain to me the significance of clocking when dealing with ATM multiplexing such as IMA T1s interfaces?

We have (8) T1s between a remote site and our main campus. The T1s are terminated at each end by a 7206 wih an 8port IMA-T1 card.

To make a long story short, I had the interface ATM1/IMA1 interface IP addressed with a /30 and traffic was passing. However, there were lots of CRC errors. After speaking with AT&T they said there side is fine and they were not providing clocking. I had to enable clocking on the 7206 at my Main campus side and everything works clean.

int range atm1/0-7
clock source internal

Why did clocking make the difference?

Answer : ATM clocking

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