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Setting T1 Clock Source for Multiple T1's on F9600

Setting T1 Clock Source for Multiple T1's on F9600

Setting T1 Clock Source for Multiple T1's on F9600

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Does anyone know the EMML command (or menu option) for displaying and setting the T1 clock source for a switch that has multiple T1's?

A tech told me once that only a single T1 could provide a timing source to the switch, and that other T1's had to accept the timing from the PBX as slaves. Is this true?

My problem is we have 3 T1's, I believe one is providing the clock signal for the PBX, and we are replacing one of the T's, the carrier claims that this new T has to be the master clock source and provide the PBX with the timing, the problem is when we plug the new T1 in, we get static and disconnects on the new line, which I'm told sounds like a timing issue.

Any help is appreciated.

RE: Setting T1 Clock Source for Multiple T1's on F9600

Clocking is done two ways, SVP,3 sets how many clock souces you have. Primary and or a secondary. The the rest is done via cableing from your interface card and the clock card or netwrork card

RE: Setting T1 Clock Source for Multiple T1's on F9600

Arent there also DIP switches on the cards in addition to the cabling?

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