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Comdial JO408 expansion and ATI-D Question
#34876 07/20/06 07:52 PM
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Hello All!

I came across a job where they want me to install a portable single line phone onto a Comdial Impact JO408 system. The problem is that there were no available ports. I need to expand the system. Do I use a GM408 for the expansion? Also, for the single line portable phone can I use an ATI-D, or is the JO408 system incapable of doing ATI? Please Help!!!

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Re: Comdial JO408 expansion and ATI-D Question
#34877 07/21/06 12:18 AM
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You should be able to put an ATI-D on the JM408 expansion. I don't believe there was any issue with doing so. You could also install a JM008 (I think the part number is right), which would give you 8 analog ports.

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#34878 07/21/06 08:47 AM
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I was under the impression that the JM408 is an expansion module for the DSU or DSUII. I am working with an Impact system, and I thought you needed a GM408? Can you give me a little more detail. Can the Impact system do ATI?

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Your J0408 main cabinet is a DSU II cabinet that can run Impact, Digitech, or Impression phones. The G0408 is a DSU (not a II) that run all of those phones as well, depending on the software cartridge. You use a GM408 expansion on a DSU (G0408, G0816, etc...). You use the JM expansions on a DSU II (J0408, J0816, etc..). The ATI-D should work fine on either a DSU or a DSU II.
Hope that helps to clarify things.

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#34880 07/21/06 10:34 AM
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Thanks Paul.....also....

Can the Comdial VMI-X be used like an ATI-D? I need an analog port for a portable phone.

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The vmi-x is used on executech. You need an ati-d.


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