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CALL focus 3

CALL focus 3

CALL focus 3

(OP)
NIce call focus 3 with one Ali4 and one Nati2 cards.
how many physical extensions can record this configuration?

Thanks

RE: CALL focus 3

Each NATI card can record up to 24 extensions so without additional hardware your logger is capable of a maximum of 24 channels however your licensing may be for less channels. In system administrator you will see your logger configuration and on the main page there should be a number of input channels option.  This is what your logger is licensed for.

RE: CALL focus 3

(OP)
Thank you for your information RoamingKiwi!

In fact I am recording 8 digital & 8 analog extensions now.
If buying 8 additional licenses for other 8 digital extensions may I record having the Hardware mentioned?

RE: CALL focus 3

In fact I misread you're initial email and thought you had specified an Adif and NATI.  With your configuration you can have up to 24 Analog and 24 Digital.  Each Ali board and each Nati support 24 channels.  If you're not sure Ali = Analogue, NATI = Digital.

RE: CALL focus 3

(OP)
Thank you for your information RoamingKiwi!

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