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Option 11c - ATA question

Option 11c - ATA question

Option 11c - ATA question

(OP)
I'm in the process of moving all the phone lines from a Norstart ICS into an Option 11c.
I have quite a few ATA's connected to the Norstar for devices that require regular dialtone.
In the Option 11c can I build digital sets/TN's and use the ATA? Or does the ATA ONLY work with analog sets?
I'm asking because I only have 1 unused Analog, but still have plenty of Digital...

RE: Option 11c - ATA question

(OP)
Should have mentioned the ATA's are ATA 2 (Norstar)...

RE: Option 11c - ATA question

You cant use those ATA's at all in the Option 11. You need analog ports out of the Option 11

RE: Option 11c - ATA question

You may want to make sure that Optipon 11 has analog licenses also before you start moving people along with an analog line card.

RE: Option 11c - ATA question

(OP)
There's no people that would go to the analog card, all just devices. People are all moving to digital sets, and there's no issue with that, they've already been setup with a set.
Here is the LD 22/slt
Does this mean by license I can only have 16 analog phones? Or do I go on the number of TN's I have left?

System type is - PBX 11C
Nortel PBX 11C


ANALOGUE TELEPHONES 16 LEFT 1 USED 15
CLASS TELEPHONES 0 LEFT 0 USED 0
DIGITAL TELEPHONES 228 LEFT 5 USED 223
DECT USERS 0 LEFT 0 USED 0
IP USERS 0 LEFT 0 USED 0
BASIC IP USERS 0 LEFT 0 USED 0
TEMPORARY IP USERS 0 LEFT 0 USED 0
DECT VISITOR USER 0 LEFT 0 USED 0
ACD AGENTS 10 LEFT 10 USED 0

PCA 0 LEFT 0 USED 0
ITG ISDN TRUNKS 0 LEFT 0 USED 0
H.323 ACCESS PORTS 0 LEFT 0 USED 0
AST 1 LEFT 1 USED 0
SIP CONVERGED DESKTOPS 0 LEFT 0 USED 0
SIP CTI TR87 0 LEFT 0 USED 0
SIP ACCESS PORTS 0 LEFT 0 USED 0
RAN CON 0 LEFT 0 USED 0
MUS CON 0 LEFT 0 USED 0
SURVIVABILITY 0 LEFT 0 USED 0

TNS 2500 LEFT 2179 USED 321
ACDN 300 LEFT 278 USED 22
AML 16 LEFT 15 USED 1
IDLE_SET_DISPLAY
LTID 0 LEFT 0 USED 0
RAN RTE 500 LEFT 500 USED 0
ATTENDANT CONSOLES 2500 LEFT 2499 USED 1
BRI DSL 150 LEFT 150 USED 0
MPH DSL 0 LEFT 0 USED 0
DATA PORTS 2500 LEFT 2500 USED 0
PHANTOM PORTS 2500 LEFT 2484 USED 16
TRADITIONAL TRUNKS 2500 LEFT 2452 USED 48
DCH 80 LEFT 79 USED 1
TMDI D-CHANNELS 64 LEFT 64 USED 0

RE: Option 11c - ATA question

You will need licenses as well as a card. TN's is just the total TN's you can have in the system. You are almost out of digital licenses also

RE: Option 11c - ATA question

(OP)
I spoke to a dealer, and the sales guy said he didn't think we needed more licenses. Just the extra card. He's checking to confirm this though...

Thanks for the help!

RE: Option 11c - ATA question

What version is your Option 11c system?. There was a trick at one of the release 25.xx ones that allowed you to free up spare 500 set ports.

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RE: Option 11c - ATA question

I would guess the software version was quite recent as all of the IP categories are there in the SLT, however the SLT shows 16 licensed analogue lines (1 available) so you will need a license upgrade as well as the card.

Remember if it doesn't work hit it harder

Scott UK

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