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#574892 07/26/14 12:26 AM
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Going to be replacing an old Toshiba system with a new IP Office in the next few weeks. The system will be fed via 2 dedicated T1 circuits (not PRI). Currently, each circuit hits a CSU before going into the Toshiba system. Is it wise to leave these CSU's in place or can I simply go from the smartjack straight to the IPO? I am thinking that the IPO has in internal CSU builtin to the daughter card. Thoughts?

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You are correct.
I would go smart jack to surge protection (If coming in on copper) to IPO.


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Same here

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Beings I do not currently have any soft of surge protection for a T1 circuit handy, what product would you recommend? Or maybe it is better off to leave the external CSU as a "first line of defense"?


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