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Signalling Type for ALC-GM Card

Signalling Type for ALC-GM Card

Signalling Type for ALC-GM Card

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Hi Forum,
i need the signalling for the new ALC-G(M) Cards (Germany). The 'old' ALC-G ist signalling Type 3205. In the OM Manual is this PCT-Type not listed.
Tx for reading  

RE: Signalling Type for ALC-GM Card

Hi DietmarF,

in my OM there is ALC-GM with and without Doughter board.

I think you need without, boardtype 06 and signalling 3210, HW-Type 255 (like other older ALC-G).
It is no problem, all PCT to assign with 3205, or change to 3205.
Since more than 10 years I have to do with Sopho, and all signalling are today valid, while boards were changed.
Try it, and you will see, it works.

I hope it is usefull.

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