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TSIjon (TechnicalUser)
4 Jan 08 12:40
I am planning to install a new MSDL card and DNUM's 0 to 15 are filled (61C single group). To free up a DNUM I can remove a TTY on a paddle board. Both TTY/DNUM 4 & 5 are on a XSDI card. Can I just remove one DNUM and leave the other, or must both be removed? i.e. can the MDSL card use DNUM 4 while TTY 5 remain's on the paddle board? I suspect not...

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dlesap (Programmer)
4 Jan 08 12:48
I already try the same configuration but it doesn't apply while the paddle board is inserted. The way to save DNUMs is to use External MSDL instead of Daughterboard MSDL

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