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AvayaHelp (Programmer) (OP)
16 Nov 04 8:43
I have been asked by the carrier if I can use/support NI2 as the ISDN Protocol. Anyone know what that is?


Does anyone have a quarter, I need to make a phone call?

Helpful Member!  g3rguy (TechnicalUser)
16 Nov 04 10:06
Yes you can

All you need to do is program your DS1 board.

                                DS1 CIRCUIT PACK

            Location: 01D18                           Name: Qwest Local 9.1
            Bit Rate: 1.544                    Line Coding: b8zs
   Line Compensation: 1                       Framing Mode: esf
      Signaling Mode: isdn-pri
             Connect: network
   TN-C7 Long Timers? n                   Country Protocol: 1
Interworking Message: PROGress            Protocol Version: b
Interface Companding: mulaw                            CRC? n
           Idle Code: 11111111
                              DCP/Analog Bearer Capability: 3.1kHz

      Slip Detection? n                 Near-end CSU Type: other

                                 Block Progress Indicator? n

Your  Country protocol on the right side is 1 and your Protocol  version is b.

This is a b channel restart protocol.  Common for qwest and sbc.

16 Nov 04 10:18
yeah,what g3rguy said.

The main thing is to set the country protocol for "b" if the carrier is using NI2.


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