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Hipath 4000 V3 - Duplex - Board SF2X8

Hipath 4000 V3 - Duplex - Board SF2X8

Hipath 4000 V3 - Duplex - Board SF2X8


I have a system with a hipath 4000 v3 duplex with a sf2x8 card.

I have identified some problems with this board (sf2x8), so i want to connect directly customer lan, iptrunk, sip and hfa to the switch.

I have a connection with a dscxl board with dot dash that connects to sf2x8 board.

my question is how should i make the connection between the remaining dscxl boards?

Thank you.

RE: Hipath 4000 V3 - Duplex - Board SF2X8

What are the problems with the Network Card (SF2X8) ?

Customer LAN can go into the Bottom Processor (Dash Dot) into the socket marked Customer

IP trunk goes into an IP Card like STMI

RE: Hipath 4000 V3 - Duplex - Board SF2X8

Sometimes STMI with iptrunk configuration and STMI with sip configuration crashed.

For example yesterday I disconnected and plugged the cable and iptrunk was working.

I suspected sf2x8 because I have 3 stmi2 (HFA, IPTRUNK and SIP configuration) connected at this board.

Which connects to a single port on the switch andI want to have a good management for each board in the switch.

RE: Hipath 4000 V3 - Duplex - Board SF2X8

STMI cards are to be connected to the customer LAN (if that is where the IP Trunks are)
There are (as you know) 8 customer LAN ports on that card.
However all it is - is an IP Switch.
Plug the Customer LAN into an IP switch like a Netgear or similar - plug the ADS Processor (Bottom Processor) Customer socket into the same IP switch.
Then also plug your STMI cards into that IP switch.

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