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BCM 3.6 Adding a WAN card to an installed system

BCM 3.6 Adding a WAN card to an installed system

BCM 3.6 Adding a WAN card to an installed system

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The installation manual says you do a platform initialization so that the system recognizes the WAN card, does this wipe out the telephony and the voice mail? or does that not happen until I do the startup to change to the 3/5 split

RE: BCM 3.6 Adding a WAN card to an installed system

no. the programming will not be lost.
already did this with my lab BCM200

i had the same fears :)

RE: BCM 3.6 Adding a WAN card to an installed system

Running the universal profile is all that's needed to make it see the WAN card.  Just don't accidentally select MSC core upload, or you'll be reprogramming some phones and trunks.

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