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PRI setup

PRI setup

PRI setup

(OP)
I am upgrading an IPK from 16 pots lines to a PRI.  I have not done this yet and would like any information tips or tricks that you may be able to supply on configuring the card and system or anything else that may be relevant.

Thanks in advance.

RE: PRI setup

Pretty straight forward.
Do you have a programming manual?
Look in LK3 area and find 90% of what you need.

Jerry Pannell
www.SCLB.com
techs@sclb.com

RE: PRI setup

(OP)
I do have the manual.  Any tips on the other 10%?

RE: PRI setup

B8ZS and number of B channels active.  Tie the B's to the D and you should be set

Jerry Pannell
www.SCLB.com
techs@sclb.com

RE: PRI setup

(OP)
thanks, it went pretty smoothly considering it was a first.

RE: PRI setup

Did your T1 (Pri) card take up 1 or 3 slots? I just posted a message about being told I need 3 slots free (I only have 2)

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