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Adding Channels to a DTI trunk

Adding Channels to a DTI trunk

Adding Channels to a DTI trunk

We have an Opt 61 with a Tie trunk (T-1) to a Seimens/Rohlm PBX.  The T-1 is shared with data by using a drop and insert CSU/DSU.  The data uses channels 1-12 and voice uses 13-24. Since we no longer need the data channels, I need to replace the drop and insert CSU with a passive csu and reconfigure the T-1.

The hardware part is easy.  I need some help with re-programming the trunk.  I've never done this before.  


RE: Adding Channels to a DTI trunk

The software part is easy to the easyest way to do that is print out one of the trunks that you are using for voice now that way you can set the new one up the same go into LD 20 and do a
req: prt
type tnb
TN : the terminal number

then go to LD 14 and and buld the new tie line use the same rout number but different member number  do the same for each one and you will be done in no time

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