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BCM 200 and the 4x16 module

BCM 200 and the 4x16 module

BCM 200 and the 4x16 module

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This is a new system with a 4x16 Module. What is the dip switch combinations ?

Here is a printer out of the inventory.

Media Bay Modules
Note: Combo MBMs are represented in the inventory as two individual MBMs. For example, the DSCOM32 appears as two DSCOM16s, while the 4x16 Combo MBM appears as a CTM4 and a DSM16.
Card
Name: MSC
Number: 1
MSCID: D1A7B50A0000
KSUversion: 30DcC04
CompandingType: uLaw
MarketProfile: 19
SerialNumber: 21533708


The system is not seeing the 4x16.

Present I have switches 5 + 6 off.


RE: BCM 200 and the 4x16 module

Depends on what lines and DNs you want to use.
Also depends on what other MBMs you are using on this system.
For a 4x16, I usually use all off, or just switch 4 off.
Just really depends on what else you have on the BCM.

MarvO said it

RE: BCM 200 and the 4x16 module

Sorry, on my previous post, should have said all ON, or just switch 4 off.  Too late at night, eyes are closing intermittently on me.

MarvO said it

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