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Change from Analog to T1 - PRI.

Change from Analog to T1 - PRI.

Change from Analog to T1 - PRI.

We have an MICS that we are moving for a customer. They have analog lines going into it now, set up in a linepool.
They are getting DID lines off the T1 at the new location. I would like to know the steps for setting up the DID's off a T1. I know something about doing the key codes, but don't know how to do that part? Also is it similar to setting up analog DID's? Thanks for the help.

RE: Change from Analog to T1 - PRI.

NO keycodes are needed. The DTI card will need to be setup in 1 of the 2 slots in the 0x32 so you will be using lines 1-24 or 25-48.  the DID programming will remain the same setup target lines. If a PRI is needed than you will need a keycode!!!

Fisher CCNA

RE: Change from Analog to T1 - PRI.

Thanks for the help. I'll have to get more info. Not sure if PRI is needed in this situation.

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