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Opt61C D channel

Opt61C D channel

Opt61C D channel

Opt61C with a qpc720C card. Customer needs to add a D channel for PRI conversion. Software rev is 23.55. What are their options? I understand their is a daughter card involved but also that the qpc720F may have the D channel built in but will it work with that software rev?

RE: Opt61C D channel

The QPC720 does not have the capability of a daughterboard for the D-channel. You have to use an MSDL card with the appropriate cable. You also have to have licenses for this. And what the hell are they still doing on 23.55??????????

RE: Opt61C D channel

hey are a government contractor and the feds will not pay for any upgrades.

RE: Opt61C D channel

I see, you probably cant even get the licenses for 23.55 if you need them. However, you may not need them.

RE: Opt61C D channel

Is there a resource where I can get this information? I am just gathering information for my customer but I will not be handling the installation.

RE: Opt61C D channel

You are going to have to have the ISDN Packages but I cant remember what they are off the top of my head. And of course you will need the associated hardware and a vacant slot for the MSDL Card

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