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Lucent Definity <---> Nortel Meridian 1 Option 11C ?

Lucent Definity <---> Nortel Meridian 1 Option 11C ?

Lucent Definity <---> Nortel Meridian 1 Option 11C ?

Guys -

Due to a merger, unfortunately we have inherited a Nortel Meridian 1 Option 11C installation.

However - This is an ideal way to acquire some networking skills

Anyone know how to network a Lucent Definity to a Nortel Meridian using 15 channels (from a mux connected to a 30 channel ISDN-30E PRI point to point E1 circuit) ?

Although it would be nice to be able to centralise services such as Voicemail (we use Intuity), it is more important for us to initially be able to do simple things such as direct extention dialing.

We currently use DCS Private Networking to interlink our local G3Si to Definity's at remote UK locations.

Please advise ...


RE: Lucent Definity <---> Nortel Meridian 1 Option 11C ?

you must purchase Q-SIG feature to tie up different kind pabx in ISDN-PRI Protocol

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