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Q-Sig trunking on TDA100

Q-Sig trunking on TDA100

Q-Sig trunking on TDA100

(OP)
Hi guys
I need to connect a TDA100 to an Ericsson system through a Qsig trunk.
The Ericsson Qsig board supports 30 chanels, but it seems that TDA board supports only 23
Is the connection possible, or the TDA can only be connected to panasonic systems????  

RE: Q-Sig trunking on TDA100

if you are in europe the card should support 30 ...

RE: Q-Sig trunking on TDA100

(OP)
I think so, but the documents say 23 chanels??!!!
That's why I'm asking, did you used this board before?

RE: Q-Sig trunking on TDA100

call one of your providers in your country and ask if a pri has 23 or 30 chan and go from there!!

RE: Q-Sig trunking on TDA100

(OP)
I know wat there is in my country (it' 30 chanels)
My problem is with the panasonic board tht I've never installed before.
So I need to know how many chanels the panasonic board supports??

RE: Q-Sig trunking on TDA100

there is a pri 30 board for euro zone order one !!if your maint console does not show a pri 30 card in slot conf.then you have problems!

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