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Legend to 3com Tie trunk

Legend to 3com Tie trunk

Legend to 3com Tie trunk

Does anyone know how to connect a Legend to a 3COM and make them talk?  The 3com NBX-100 is trying work behind the Legend.  It currently only has 1-2 stations. We are using a T-1 card in both.  The Legend I belive is Version 7.  The best we've done so far has been able to get the 3com user to dial 9-xxx-xxxx which goes to dead air. I belive a 9-1-xxx-xxx-xxxx also goes to dead air. We can make normal dial 9-anything calls out of the Legend. My thought was tell the Legend this trunk group to the 3com is a tandem-tie, but I'm not sure the techs working on it tried that or if the Legend is capable.  I know the 3com isn't that bright. We have no alarms on the Legend and the 3com shows a "nominal" status light.   I am not working on this directly someone else in my organization is so I may not be delivering all the facts. Thanks for any suggestions.

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