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BRI ISDN anyone?

BRI ISDN anyone?

BRI ISDN anyone?

Hello all!  

I am A Canadian KXTDA dealer in Saskatchewan and I'm looking for a North American dealer that has access to BRI ISDN cards,because Panasonic Canada Does not support BRI only PRI on the newer KSU's. I'm not certain but I think that BRI is only supported in my province. Any help or info would be greatly appreciated!

RE: BRI ISDN anyone?

which card part number are you looking for I can check?

RE: BRI ISDN anyone?

I have only seen the cards available in Britan,but their telco system differs from North America.the card that is available to me is the KX-TDA0290 (PRI)  23 channel the BRI version that I need is either 2 or 4 channel.

RE: BRI ISDN anyone?

don't think it is available or supported here either!!

RE: BRI ISDN anyone?

2 and 4 port BRI cards are available in Australia
they use the EURO ISDN standard

RE: BRI ISDN anyone?

I use this card : KX TD 280 . It is 2 ports ISDN BRI S0, this means 4 channels. I am from Romania so this card is for Europe.

RE: BRI ISDN anyone?

Do you know if the BRI is the old Northern Telecom Protocol or the Euro Protocol

RE: BRI ISDN anyone?

BRI is from Basic Rate Interface , 2 channels of 64k for data and one channel for signaling. So you can have 2 calls at one time, or one call and one data-call.
This is not for Europe or for States because BRI is everywhere the same but the card you use could be because telephony service may be different.

RE: BRI ISDN anyone?

svf Nth america / japan use a dirrerent standard for ISDN
than the rest of the world , everyone else uses EURO

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