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PRI change to NI2

PRI change to NI2

PRI change to NI2

(OP)
I have a question about an option 61 with a PRI currently configured for IFC D100. I need to change the DCH 8 to NI2 and change the RDB to IFC NI2 as well.
The DCH in load 17 gives me an SCH6357 when I try to change IFC to NI2 and the RDB in ld 16 give me SCH 4775 when I try to change it to NI2.
I've looked on line and can't find either error code/
Any idea what I am missing ?
Thanks very much.
Gary

RE: PRI change to NI2

you will have to out the trunks in Ld 14 then out the Rote in ld 16 then you can out or change the D Channel and rebuild

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RE: PRI change to NI2

(OP)
Makes sense.
I'll give it a try.
THANKS
Gary

RE: PRI change to NI2

(OP)
That did the trick.
Thanks very much.
Gary

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