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SV8300 Unit System Interconnection

SV8300 Unit System Interconnection

SV8300 Unit System Interconnection

Hi Guys can you help me in my concern in SV8300.

Actually we had a client running NEC SV8300 having Unit 1 and Unit 2 ,All Chassis are all occupied the slot and don't have room for additional extensions, but I still have 54 Unused Port Capacity. My plan is to add another Unit which is unit 3 to link up with the two units. Can someone help me how to program to link the the expansion unit to the main unit. Thanks in advance.

RE: SV8300 Unit System Interconnection

1.Configure on Existing System (Unit 1 - main System)
- CM0B, Y=1XX,Unit 03 --> Configure IP address of UNIT 03
- CM0B, Y=2XX, Unit 03 --> Configure DSP IP address of Unit 03
- Backup configuration and download the database
2. Configure on Unit 3
- Connect directly your PC to Unit 3 (Sense switch is 1)
- Load database of Unit 1
- Change the Sense switch to 3
- Connect Unit 3 into network (Port VOIP).
- Reboot Unit 3.

If it doesn't work. Reboot the whole system.

RE: SV8300 Unit System Interconnection

Keep in mind Units 1 to 4 are supposed to be in the same IP Subnet on the same switch. Those units you should not try to run them as remote units.

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