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CMS Connectivity Question

CMS Connectivity Question

CMS Connectivity Question

My CMS is physically connected the switch via an eight port digital card, using four wires and a 7400 data module. I would like to move the CMS connection on to a 24 port digital card. This will free up a carrier slot for something else. Is it possable to put this type of CMS connection on a regular 24-port card?

RE: CMS Connectivity Question

Do you have an option of using a tn 799b Control-lan card? This is what we are using right now and it works great. We use a VPN to connect the two. It also allows CSR managers to access CMS data from their desktop. One way to go.

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RE: CMS Connectivity Question

Unfortunately the switch is not on the network. I’ve checked into getting a CLAN, but my company isn’t willing to pay for the upgrades and equipment at this time. Thanks…

RE: CMS Connectivity Question

my CMS is connected over an X.25 Link.
I thought that a 7400 Data Module works only with a 4 wire digital Card. So you cant use it over a 24 port 2 wire digital card.

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RE: CMS Connectivity Question

You'll have to use 8400 datamodule to connect to a 24port digital line card. 7400 series works only with 4 wire digital line card & 8400 series works with 2 wire digital line card.

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