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PRI type on Sopho iS3050

PRI type on Sopho iS3050

PRI type on Sopho iS3050


New to this site so treat me gently :)

I have recently started at a new company that have a Sopho iS3050 and need to find out if there is away of telling from the CLI what signalling method the PRI uses?

Also is it possible to display a list of commands from the CLI or am I able to obtain electronic manuals from anyone?

Thanks in advance,


RE: PRI type on Sopho iS3050

Hi and welcome

PRI signalling method, hmm
You can do the command
but You have to know were the PRI is located.
The board used for PRI is normaly a DTU-PH

If it is located i the top shelf slot 19 your command should look like this..
if it is in the 2nd shelf from the top, it is..
DIBRDS:12,xx; were xx is the slot number.

After the commend You will see something like this..
   13  19   0  TRC-ISDN         255        5D08

SIG-GROUP number can tell You what kind of signalling is used on the board. This is an ISDN PRI for Denmark or ETSI ISDN.

If You post Your result of the command, I can tell You what is used for.
I can not supply You with manuals, but I can help You, if
You contact me on Novac@famsl.dk

Regards Jan

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