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Can a BIOUOA card be used to replace a PSIOUB card?

Can a BIOUOA card be used to replace a PSIOUB card?

Can a BIOUOA card be used to replace a PSIOUB card?

We have a Fujitsu F9600 E PBX, running on Release 10 software. It is a redundant PBX. The PSIOUB circuit board that allows us to communicate with the PBX has gone bad. We have no EMML, or MML communication with the PBX. We can move the redundant PISOUB card down to replace the bad card, and set up the dip-switches (strapping) to assign the DCC ports for communication. However, that leaves us with no redundancy, and no PMSI features.

We have a F9600 U PBX that has been replaced with a VoIP system from another of our sites. It contains a BIOUOA card that performs the same functions as the bad PSIOUB card. Teh BIOUOA card is not shown in the Release 10, or even the Release 11 circuit card guide. Both cards have an on-board hard drive, floppy drive, and two available DCC ports. My question is, can the BIOUOA card be used to replace the failed PSIOUB card? And can the hard drive from the PSIOUA card be swapped into the BIOUO card? Are they compatible, and swappable?

Thank you for your responses.

Sincerely; bflowers

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