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Does anyone know if a VG310 or 320 should automatically ship with a PVDM module? I'm curious. I have 2 new ones, no PVDM module and I can't configure the FXS ports :(

RE: VG320/310

No they don't. You will need to order them according to your needs. Since these are modular, coming stacked with PVDMs would be a very expensive solution for those who wouldn't need full capacity. It also depends on what modules you will be running, that would determine the number of PVDMs needed.

RE: VG320/310

The 320 has a 48 port FXS and 310 has 24 FXS ports. That's all.

RE: VG320/310

yeah never mind. Don't know what I was thinking.
Theres LED indicators in the front that show you if PVDMs are installed, active, faulty etc. What state is it currently?

RE: VG320/310

Looking at this closer, the back panel has a slot for an EHWIC card which can be A VWIC. Therefore the PVDMs are configurable and interchangable.
Unless you ordered them they will be blank. make sure you get PVDM3, this is the only one that will work with it.

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