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#145513 01/04/10 11:45 AM
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I have a Norstar Plus Modular ICS which I need to slot a PRI card and configure for ISDN so we can integrate it with another phone system. Can the card be slotted hot or does the system need to be powered down? Also programing a trunk and PRI card thru the phone??? Is there a console so I don't have to do programing thru the phone?

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The card should not be installed hot - doing so may cause the system to reboot (I've experienced this 1st hand)

The programming is done through the phone. There is computer software but it's essentially the same as using a telephone. The programming is all in English but if you're not familiar with the system you should hire a Nortel tech to assist you for an hour or two.

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I have the card installed, do I enable the card thru the maintenace?

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I provisioned the DTI card for PRI thru the hardware option.

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When changing the setting of the digital trunk card you need to disable the card in maintenance. When done changing the setting in hardware, enable the card back in maintenance.

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Do we have a combo/service card for the clocking??

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But if it is a new card and was just slotted isnt it disable anyway?

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Originally posted by mgere:
But if it is a new card and was just slotted isnt it disable anyway?
It doesn't matter. Disable the card anyway.

That way if it WAS already disabled you just verified the correct way to do it.
And you need it disabled to Configure the card.


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DTI cards can slot into the first slot of TM mods can't they??? Not just the main ics cabinet correct?

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DTI cards can slot into the first slot of TM mods can't they??? Not just the main ics cabinet correct?
You should check out the manual.
It says:
Tips - For systems running 6.0 or greater software, a DTI card can be installed off-core on Module 3 or 4 on the Midi system, or module 7 or 8 on the Maxi system to expand the PRI
capability of your system. This card is only supported on Profile 1 and 4.

Note: Legacy DTI cards cannot be used off-core. A new DTI card was released in 2002 that can be used in any position. (listed above)


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