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bobbywires (TechnicalUser) (OP)
7 Jan 10 10:28
Can someone please help me and tell me what this circuit pack is exactly used for  IP MEDIA PROCESSOR TN2302AP....thanks for your anticipated help...
lever (TechnicalUser)
7 Jan 10 10:36
If you do a search on this site you will find all the info you need to understand Medpros.

That;s why i love this site soooo much.

I'm sure someone has a link to Avaya docs on this in there as well.

lever.
phoneguy55 (Programmer)
7 Jan 10 10:39
Helpful Member!  4merAvaya (TechnicalUser)
7 Jan 10 11:35
  The TN2302 Media Processor board (MedPro) is a second generation TDM to IP device.  In newer systems it has been replaced by the TN2602 'Crossfire' board which has much larger capacity.  A MedPro or Crossfire board is basically a TDM to IP converter.  Both boards support different codecs (compression) algorithems.

Kevin

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