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Mixing 206EC R 3.1 & R 4.1 in ACS

Mixing 206EC R 3.1 & R 4.1 in ACS

Mixing 206EC R 3.1 & R 4.1 in ACS

Can 206 EC 3.1 & 4.1 be used in he same system ( ACS 7 ) . If a mismatch what are the problems

RE: Mixing 206EC R 3.1 & R 4.1 in ACS

You can use any 206EC version with an ACS R7.0. Only problem would be if you have a 206E and not 206EC then caller ID would not work on any line plugged into those line ports on the 206E.

RE: Mixing 206EC R 3.1 & R 4.1 in ACS

Can both a 206 R 3.1 & R 4.1 be used in same system .

R 3.1 in slot 2 & 3 and R 4.1 in slot 4. Having problems getting a decent replacement 206 also. Last refurbed one smoked when I inserted it and powered up.

RE: Mixing 206EC R 3.1 & R 4.1 in ACS

Yes. Any version will work with your PACS R7.0. Mix and match as needed.

RE: Mixing 206EC R 3.1 & R 4.1 in ACS

To telecomboy....someone told me if you mix and match a R3 & R4 you have to put a R4 in the first expansion card slot. Customers are hanging on the their Partners and even a couple Merlin 820's and I'm trying to sell them an IPO. Can't win !!!

RE: Mixing 206EC R 3.1 & R 4.1 in ACS

That is not true. Doesn't matter what order they go in. They will all work on an R7 PACS.

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