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9100 ccis - mixing ip-ccis and T1 ccis

9100 ccis - mixing ip-ccis and T1 ccis

9100 ccis - mixing ip-ccis and T1 ccis

(OP)
guys, I am having to mix up ip ccis with 1 single T1 ccis. I am struggling on the cmd 50 part. Normally I have either one or the other,but having both in the same pbx is throwing me off a bit.
I guess the question is with 50-02 and 50-03.

here is the config as I have it now.
CMD 50-02.
CCIS Rt ID: CCIS port: CCIS Data Speed: OPC: DPC: Caling Name: CCH Package Channel Number:
1 48 default 1 6 default 1
......
CCIS Rt ID: CCIS Port: CCIS Data Speed: OPC: DPC: Caling Name: CCH Package Channel Number:
09-IP-CCIS 0 default 1 0 default default

cmd 50-03
CCIS syste ID: DPC: CCIS ID: Ip address:
001 2 0 192.168.2.10
002 3 0 192.168.3.10
003 4 0 192.168.4.10
004 5 0 192.168.5.10
005 6 1 0.0.0.0
006 7 0 192.168.7.10

does this look right.


RE: 9100 ccis - mixing ip-ccis and T1 ccis

(OP)
got an answer from Ntac

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