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UCS50 Openvox PRI

UCS50 Openvox PRI

UCS50 Openvox PRI

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UCX50 5.0 Openvox D130 T1/PRI

UCX recognizes the D130 but I can't change it from E1 to T1 or change the framing to B8ZF/ESF. The Openvox website seems to be down so I cant get a full manual so I'm not sure if its a dip switch setting on the card or I'm missing something in programming. Any help would be appreciated.

RE: UCS50 Openvox PRI

You must set the DIP switch(es) on the card to select the E1 or T1 mode. I believe it is the B DIP switch block. The card can have up to 4 spans - there is one DIP switch for each span. Set it to OFF for T1 or ON for E1.

RE: UCS50 Openvox PRI

(OP)
Turning dip switch 1 on fixed everything. Thanks

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