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Hello Any suggestion I'm adding

Hello Any suggestion I'm adding

Hello Any suggestion I'm adding

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Hello
Any suggestion
I'm adding another expansion card mcslc16 to ns500 unit but I'm getting Fault-unacc..


Any suggestion
Thank you

RE: Hello Any suggestion I'm adding

Which is the model of the card? (KX-......)

Could you make and show the screenshot of "BPX Configuration-1.Configuration-1.Slot" menu (from PBX's WEB interface)?

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RE: Hello Any suggestion I'm adding

You can add ONE 16 ext card or TWO 8 ext cards

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RE: Hello Any suggestion I'm adding

@kizo is that definetly the case?
I have some NS700's with 2 16 port cards im sure..

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RE: Hello Any suggestion I'm adding

@CMUK max legacy extension for NS500-main unit is 34 ( without DXDP) , 2 dig + 16 analog (on main board) + 16 (analog/digital) or 8+8 (analog/digital)
max legacy extension for NS700-main unit is 38 ( without DXDP) , 2 dig + 4 analog (on main board) + 16 (analog/digital) + 16 (analog/digital)

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