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NEC IPK K-CCIS

NEC IPK K-CCIS

NEC IPK K-CCIS

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I have two IPK systems that i need to hook up together via K-CCIS. The 2 systems are side by side and i have all the hardware necessary but not quite sure what gets connected to where or on what. I do have the programming manual for it but without the hardware correctly connected it obviously doesn't work. Anyone has any ideas?

RE: NEC IPK K-CCIS

Are you using a T1 interface for KCCIS or doing it over IP with IAD cards?  

RE: NEC IPK K-CCIS

(OP)
After fiddling around with all the dipswitches and connecting deconnecting and reconnecting left right and center i got this thing going. I wrote it all down for the next time!!! I am using T1 interface. Thanks for the reply.

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