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Sophos S15 not working with ISDN2e. Can it be configured to?

Sophos S15 not working with ISDN2e. Can it be configured to?

Sophos S15 not working with ISDN2e. Can it be configured to?

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We have 2 ISDN2e lines (4 channels) with DDI but we can only get our phone system to work with the ISDN lines set as point-to-multipoint which is not what BT provide with DDI.

We moved our office to another building and moved our phone system at the same time. BT were requested to move the ISDN lines but ceased our ISDN2 lines and gave us new ISDN2e lines.

Can the Sophos S15 work with ISDN2e. I'm being forced into binning a system that was perfectly fine for our needs only a week ago.

Any help would save my skin.

RE: Sophos S15 not working with ISDN2e. Can it be configured to?

send e mail to friend in uk who has worked on sopho system hope he can help

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