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Option 11C ISDN Phone Move and Opinions

Option 11C ISDN Phone Move and Opinions

Option 11C ISDN Phone Move and Opinions

Hi, I know enough to break things.

I have 2 8 port ISDN cards, and all ISDN ports are in use. I need to remap 3 numbers. I was using ld 11 per a few threads here, and on a few sites. However, I don't know what the TYPE: is. I tried using 2616 per one site, but the TN (10 02 or 10 2) didn't work. It just kept showing TN: after an sch error. I stat the TN/DN and it shows either a type of BRI or DSL, which aren't options for TYPE: when I use ? in ld 11.

Also, can I use a phantom temporarily to help move, since all of the ports are in use?

Eventually we're going to replace it with an Avaya Aura. Any thoughts and suggestions?

Any thoughts or help is greatly appreciated.

RE: Option 11C ISDN Phone Move and Opinions

BRI is configured in LD 27. Both DSL and TSP parameters are required. You need to be careful if you are changing things. BRI can be finicky.
Are you really sure they are being used? Pretty old-school.

REQ prt
TYPE dsl

REQ prt
TYPE tsp

Mike's PBX Cookbook has some info on BRI that may be helpful.

RE: Option 11C ISDN Phone Move and Opinions

Thanks for the reply.

Mike's PBX Cookbook is awesome. Just so I'm focused in the right direction, I'll have to reconfigure the BRI update DN/associated phone numbers (musical phones)?

Yes, 16 STEs and 2 8 port SILC cards, although ld 27 shows:


BRI DSL: 134    USED: 16    TOT: 150 

I was hoping it was as easy as moving to an unused TN and then to new number like our old Avaya PBX.

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