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New V2 Combo cards

New V2 Combo cards

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Can anyone on this forum explain the benefits of the new V2 Combo cards and why?

RE: New V2 Combo cards

apparently better hardware and issues with static and noise on the line ports fixed

Joe W.

FHandw, ACSS (SME), ACIS (SME)

http://convergednetworks.ca


Interrupt the silence only if you improve it by saying something, otherwise be quiet and everybody will be grateful.

RE: New V2 Combo cards

Here's the info from TB 150, though Westi pretty much covers it.

4 ATM4U V2 and Combination Card ATM V2
The new ATM4U V2 and the Combination Card ATM V2 are only supported in the IP
Office 500 V2 with IP Office R8.1 FP1.
The new ATM4U V2 trunk card is designed to deliver enhancements to the function
and operation of the analog trunk card. Enhancements include:
• Impendence matching to trunk characteristics
• Improved echo reduction
• Reduction of occasional noise

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