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I've got four AT&T PRI's for my long distance into an 81.  The company was bought by another who use Sprint for their long distance.  I ordered three PRI's through Sprint provisioned exactly the same way the AT&T's are.  Can I just disable the four AT&T pipes, unplug them from the CSU's and plug the three Sprint pipes into the CSU's? Of course this would be done after hours.

Thanks in advance.  Fred

RE: Circuits

You should be able to, however you are going from 4 to 3 so you will have to modify the Route to decrease the route members (LD 14) from 95 to 71 if you are controlling all the T1's with a single D-channel or from 92 to 69 if each T1 has it's own D-Channel or from 94 to 70 if you have a back-up D-Channel.

Otherwise, you may have a problem accessing a channel for outgoing calls, depending on how the SRCH is configured in your Route Data BLock - LD 16

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