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Change the SIDE to NET of a DCH

Change the SIDE to NET of a DCH

Change the SIDE to NET of a DCH


I want to change a DCH from USR to NET, but in LD17 the prompt SIDE doesn't come up.
What mnemonic do I have to enter to make the SIDE prompt to appear?

RE: Change the SIDE to NET of a DCH

It's been a few years since I last configured any DCH circuits. Something in the back of my mind tells me that you have to remove all the trunks PRI stuff before you have to delete the DCH.

Then you need to reprogram it all again and select "NET"

Firebird Scrambler

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RE: Change the SIDE to NET of a DCH

You have to remember that the RDB has the CNTY (set as NET in the case you want) and the channels tie the PRI & DCH to that type, so like Firebird says you need to remove all the BCH in LD 14 first, then you should be able to alter the RDB, I think you actually have to out the DCH and add it back from memory you can't change it, and then add the BCH back in.

RE: Change the SIDE to NET of a DCH

I see I'm going to do that, thanks for Your speedy answers. I's been a while since programmed Nortels too.

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