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NRX/NTR and changing the board/channel sequence

NRX/NTR and changing the board/channel sequence

NRX/NTR and changing the board/channel sequence

(OP)
Does anyone know if it is possible to change the channel sequence on an NRX and NTR? I need for certain channels to be in a specific sequence in order to match the Telco blocks. Just trying to keep things neat. Rearranging the boards on the server wont work due to the long and short board layout in the server.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks!

Juan Rivera
Senior Telecomm. Technician
Micro Strategies, Inc
www.microstrat.com

RE: NRX/NTR and changing the board/channel sequence

I would also like to know if there is a solution.

RE: NRX/NTR and changing the board/channel sequence

(OP)
Created a ticket with Nice today. Waiting for a callback with a useful fix.

Juan Rivera
Senior Telecomm. Technician
Micro Strategies, Inc
www.microstrat.com

RE: NRX/NTR and changing the board/channel sequence

(OP)
Ticket was closed with no resolution. It seems that the Parrot drivers will see the sequence that the PLUG AND PLAY bios works with and makes no effort to allow for logical designation of channel to board mappings.

Hopefully someone can figure it out.

Juan Rivera
Senior Telecomm. Technician
Micro Strategies, Inc
www.microstrat.com

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