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Mics 4.1 software

Mics 4.1 software

Mics 4.1 software

(OP)
Hi,
I have the regular 4.1 for the MICS.

Does this version of the software permit expansion for a 0x16 station module in addition to a 12x0 trunk module?

MICS recognizes the 12x0.

MICS won't recognize the 0x16, just blinks. Is it the software or probably the hardware?

RE: Mics 4.1 software

Hi,

The regular MICS 4.1 can have up to 6 modules installed in any combination of trunk and station modules...

There are some rules you have to follow, check them and tell us if it works:

- The fiber expansion cartridge (2 or 6 ports) must me installed on slot 2.

- The copper expansion cartridge (2 or 6 ports) must me installed on slot 1.

- If you have a 2 port expansion cartridge, ports 3 and 4 can be used for Trunk Modules or Station Modules. In this case, connect Trunk Modules beginning at the top (port 4); Connect Station Modules beginning at the bottom (port 3).

- If you have a 6 port expansion cartridge, ports 3 through 8 can be used for Trunk Modules or Station Modules. In this case, Trunk Modules should be connected beginning at the top (port 8) and working down; Station Modules should be connected beginning at the bottom (port 3) and working up.


Hope this help

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RE: Mics 4.1 software

Is it the 0x16 light that blinks?
Plug it into port 3 of the expansion card and see if it shows up in maintenance under module status.
A blinking light is a bad sign and would most likely mean a defective 0X16.
Try also to see if the port 3 is disabled and if so re-enable or even disable it then re enable it for the hell of it.
GL

~Will Nortel soon be NoTel??~

RE: Mics 4.1 software

(OP)
Thanks all. The 0x16 was defective and once replaced the system works OK.

Nortel (Notel)is at a low price yes.

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