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TN2302AP vs TN2602AP

TN2302AP vs TN2602AP

TN2302AP vs TN2602AP

Our system currently has (2)TN2302APs and (1) TN2602AP. It appears that the 2602 has more capacity and is handling the majority of our traffic. Our system is supporting approx 300 IP sets and 240 SIP trunks and growing.

Does anyone have a document or experience with the Media-Processors interaction you'd care to share? A link to the documents on Avaya's site (I've tried searching on the cards to no avail? Should we be replacing the 2302s?

Thanks for any input.

RE: TN2302AP vs TN2602AP

Thanks, Kyle,

After reading some of the documentation this morning we think we are in good shape as long as we don't have a failure on the 2602

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