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How do I configure a 15 channel PRI?

How do I configure a 15 channel PRI?

How do I configure a 15 channel PRI?

So I've got a PRI line setup for 30 channels on my IP Office system, but the PRI's being swapped out for a 15 channel one.

How do I configure the line for 15 channels? Do I just change all values that are set to 30 to 15?

Also, I noticed that the data channels are also set to 30. Shouldn't they be at 1 considering there's only one D-channel in a PRI line?
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RE: How do I configure a 15 channel PRI?

Depends on the type of PRI line but they all have a page for the settings for each channel where you can use the Admin setting to set particular channels Out of Service.

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RE: How do I configure a 15 channel PRI?

Hey, sizbut.

I'm using the universal PRI line type on IP Office. Can't I just set all the values to 15 for a 15 channel PRI?

I've attached a screenshot.

RE: How do I configure a 15 channel PRI?

Hey, Derfloh.

I just have one question. If I set everything in the ETSI to 15 channels, would it allow the 15 channel PRI to function properly?

Sorry, I just haven't worked with IP Office in a while.

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