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CSU/DSU Was dead...

CSU/DSU Was dead...

CSU/DSU Was dead...

Ok it turns out our CSU/DSU was bad.  The WAN connection is back for us, but philly can still not dial our extensions in MN.  I have an IP phone connected to their switch and when I try to dial a MN extension it says number busy with a slow busy signal.

Any guesses as to why Philly is still having issues?

RE: CSU/DSU Was dead...

This was working before your CSU/DSU went to hardware heaven, and now suddenly it's not?  With no other changes?  Weird.  Can you ping minny from a PC on the philly network?  How about vice-versa?


RE: CSU/DSU Was dead...

Yeah, you can ping both and it WAS working.  I might just have to replace the 412 as well

RE: CSU/DSU Was dead...

No - that doesn't make sense.  Send me a copy of your configs and I'll look them over.  Contact me via www.pbxtech.info as apparently we're not permitted to give out email addresses here.  I'm Cephas on that forum.


RE: CSU/DSU Was dead...

It's working.  The storm that took out the Paradyne must have jumbled the config as well.  I loaded an old config file at both locations and it came up OK.  I have a lot of button programming to do though.  Seems like everyone wanted to change theirs in the last month and all of that is gone because the old config.

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