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Any good info for MaxTNT / APX-8000

Any good info for MaxTNT / APX-8000

Any good info for MaxTNT / APX-8000


I have been tasked with configuration a few APX-8000's to support basic dialup and SS7.   Can anybody point me in the right direction regarding example configuration templates, etc?   I did alot of searching and so far there are only about 5 PDF's I have come up with regarding the hardware/TAOS/etc but figured I'd pose the question to see if anybody has any cookie-cut configs handy?   I'm more of a Cisco guy so this TAOS is new territory for me (syntax is pretty rough).

Thanks for any assistance,


RE: Any good info for MaxTNT / APX-8000

Also 1 more question - how is the Lucent EMS that is available for managing multiple TNT/APX's (NavisAccess)?   Is it worth the cost of the software, and what are its capabilities (can you do full provisioning w/ them or is it more of an EMS to do backups/monitoring?)

Thanks again,


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