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Max number of analog line cards in NBX 100 chassis

Max number of analog line cards in NBX 100 chassis

Max number of analog line cards in NBX 100 chassis

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Is there a published maximum number of analog line cards in an NBX 100 chassis?  We have a V3000 with a NBX 100 chassis with 2 analog line cards; 3 of the 4 ports in the V3000 have failed.  Someone here thinks that the maximum number of line cards in the chassis is two, but I have an extra NBX 100 line card and we are in a pinch until we can replace the V3000.

RE: Max number of analog line cards in NBX 100 chassis

The max in a NBX 100 with chassis is 5, after that you may want to consider a PRI.

RE: Max number of analog line cards in NBX 100 chassis

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When we called in to 3Com to open a ticket they suggested upgrading software.  The system is on R5_0_6 and the tech said that this version has issues with the internal line card that are fixed in more recent versions.

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