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Fujitsu PBX ISDN Trunk config

Fujitsu PBX ISDN Trunk config

Fujitsu PBX ISDN Trunk config

Hi!  I'm working with a client that has desires to access the T1 "trunk" of their Fujitsu PBX for usage with a Video Conferencing Bridge.  The bridge can use various "standard" setting for 4ESS, 5ESS, NI, Trunk, etc.

They successfully do that w/some Cisco gear for Remote Access; however Video is just a little different.

Has ANYBODY out there got any idea how to configure the Fujitsu for this??

RE: Fujitsu PBX ISDN Trunk config

I do not, But Altura has the expertise to help you

RE: Fujitsu PBX ISDN Trunk config

Use Command ASS ISST (Requires a PRI or BRI card and software IPREBS(DIS SOFT))
This allows you to create an ISDN extension that supports
5ESS for a BRI and 4ESS for a PRI.  To esablish video is no different than a data call, and the PBX is trasparent to the call.  To use BRI most video equipment require an inverse mux to bond the 2x64k calls together.

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