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ARCOER (TechnicalUser) (OP)
16 Dec 09 9:28
Thanks in advanced. Can anyone tell me where I can find the punch down layout to connect BRI LINE TN 2198 to a 66 block? I am trying to find which pairs to punch down to to connect to the ports that I have assigned to the ISDN lines.
mikeydidit (IS/IT--Management)
16 Dec 09 9:53
This should get you there.


Numbers       2 Wire    4 Wire
Line    Line
TN2198    TN556
T1    PXT1
R1    PXR1
T2    TXT1
R2    TXR1
T3    PXT2
R3    PXR2
T4    TXT2
R4    TXR2
T5    PXT3
R5    PXR3
T6    TXT3
R6    TXR3
T7    PXT4
R7    PXR4
T8    TXT4
R8    TXR4
T9    PXT5
R9    PXR5
T10    TXT5
R10    TXR5
T11    PXT6
R11    PXR6
T12    TXT6
R12    TXR6


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AvayaTier3 (TechnicalUser)
16 Dec 09 10:00

The first 12 pairs in the cable are circuits 01 - 12

With multipoint, you can program and connect 2 different stations to the same port for 24 stations on one card.


terminal        pair         amphenol (male)
pin no.         color        pin no.
  1             w-bl            26
  2             bl-w             1
  3             w-or            27
  4             or-w             2
  5             w-gr            28
  6             gr-w             3
  7             w-br            29
  8             br-w             4
  9             w-s             30
 10             s-w              5
 11             r-bl            31
 12             bl-r             6
 13             r-or            32
 14             or-r             7
 15             r-gr            33
 16             gr-r             8
 17             r-br            34
 18             br-r             9
 19             r-s             35
 20             s-r             10
 21             bk-bl           36
 22             bl-bk           11
 23             bk-or           37
 24             or-bk           12

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ARCOER (TechnicalUser) (OP)
16 Dec 09 13:07
Thanks. It looks like I punched it down right. I have error BRI PORT 1 on all 3 ports that I set up. I also have BRI DAT error 3329. I think BRI PORT 1 is the test to see if anything is hooked up to the line, not sure what the other error is. Any suggestions.
mikeydidit (IS/IT--Management)
17 Dec 09 11:46
Its been a while since i punched one of these down. But if I remember right on a regular USOC RJ-45 jack you punch the first pair down on the white blue and the second pair on the white green. If you are trying to connect this on a Cat 5 jack the pin outs will be a little different. Look at the wiring scheme on the back of the jack to get the right pinout.  

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Nick44 (TechnicalUser)
18 Dec 09 5:42
PRI is blues/Orange. RJ45 1,2,4,5.
BRI is orange/greens RJ 45 1,2,3,6.
Can you put up a screen snap of your BRI-DAT station form?

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