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DID numbers over E1

DID numbers over E1

DID numbers over E1

I've never worked with the DID, E1's or a DTM before and I have an E1 comming into it with 100 DID numbers ranging from 9900 - 9999.  I can't seem to grasp the concept of how to assign the DID numbers to any of the 30 lines I have on the E1, or even assigning them to target lines and then assigning those to any of the #0 E1 lines (does the BCM recogonize the DID numbers that the E1 is sending?)
My current setup is:
1 DTM   Bus 2
2 DSM16+   Bus 3 + Bus 4
1 4X16   Bus 5

Any help would be greatly appreciated

RE: DID numbers over E1

Sounds like you are thinking it's harder than it really is.  Use the wizard to cut down on your time.

I'm surprised you are using a DSM16+, how old is this system?  Are you

RE: DID numbers over E1

Well I'll know more a little bit later, I was at an off site and nobody decided to tell me that the CO was changing my DID block of numbers, So hopefully that was it but won't know till later today.
Equipment was sent about a year ago but it's for a residence so not that many stations are needed. and I work with what they give me  :)


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