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Two B Channel Transfer on Neax2000IVS

Two B Channel Transfer on Neax2000IVS

Two B Channel Transfer on Neax2000IVS

(OP)
Is transfer at CO level on a PRI available(assuming PRI supports it) on 2000IVS about eight years old? I have inherited this switch, learning as I go.

RE: Two B Channel Transfer on Neax2000IVS

Do you mean cot to cot? if so no reason why not.

RE: Two B Channel Transfer on Neax2000IVS

Transfer should be OK, just check that RT to RT connections are allowed in cmd 36.

RE: Two B Channel Transfer on Neax2000IVS

(OP)
I mean flash to CO, receive stutter dial tone, dial new destination, screen call by waiting for answer, or hanging up to complete transfer at CO level with PRI channels freed up.

RE: Two B Channel Transfer on Neax2000IVS

Hook flash (centrex)to the ISDN PRI is not supported on the IVS2 in Nth America.

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