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cs1000 rls 5.5 tie to IP office rls. 9.0

cs1000 rls 5.5 tie to IP office rls. 9.0

(OP)
We are trying to set this up in our lab environment but I am having trouble getting the DCH to establish. I have read a few threads on this and tried a few different things but I can only get the span to come up, not the DCH.
I have tried NI2 and ISGF on the cs1000 side and we tried PRI/NI2 and QSIG B on the IP office side.
Any ideas as to what I am missing? I am assuming this works from reading previous threads, and I do not need a sip tie.

RE: cs1000 rls 5.5 tie to IP office rls. 9.0

Program the cs1k as ISGF and the IPO as ESS5

RE: cs1000 rls 5.5 tie to IP office rls. 9.0

(OP)
Did not think to try that combo, thanks! I will try it out..I have my fingers crossed.

RE: cs1000 rls 5.5 tie to IP office rls. 9.0

(OP)
We originally had it set up with ISGF and Qsig B but the DCH never established. I'll check the hardware out then. Thank you

RE: cs1000 rls 5.5 tie to IP office rls. 9.0

(OP)
Do I need a crossover cable going into the IPO PRI? I haven't tried the crossover yet but that might be one of my next things.

RE: cs1000 rls 5.5 tie to IP office rls. 9.0

Yes, you will need a T-1 crossover cable, not a data cross over cable. Pins 1,2,4 and 5

RE: cs1000 rls 5.5 tie to IP office rls. 9.0

(OP)
Great, thank you!

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