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ISDN-PRI feature not assigned

ISDN-PRI feature not assigned

ISDN-PRI feature not assigned

(OP)
My company ordered an ISDN-PRI circuit to be installed in the next two weeks on our G3siV4.  I went to create a test trunk group and got this error "ISDN-PRI feature not assigned".  Where do I assign this feature, and what else is going to come up while connecting this that I should be aware of?
Thank you!

S.R.

RE: ISDN-PRI feature not assigned

Do a display system-parameters customer-options and look on page 3.  My guess is that ISDN-PRI is set to N.  If this is the case you will have to purchase the functionality from Avaya.

RE: ISDN-PRI feature not assigned

(OP)
It's set to "N". To get that set to "Y" I need to go to Avaya? That bites the big one.
Oh well, it's all about money.
Thank you very much!

S.R.

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