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#617506 03/09/18 03:46 PM
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Can anyone here confirm with me the number of system ports the UX5000 supports out of the box? I know the SV8100 supported 64 ports, but you had to get a port license upgrade when going beyond 64. I have a customer with a UX5000 and they are wanting to add a PRI card and I am just wanting to double check to make sure they won't run out of system ports when we add the card. They currently do not have any expanded port licenses.

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Default 64. Don't even know if you can get the license anymore. Tech support ended some time back.

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See what system cards are slotted, add them up including voicemail ports. This will tell if you have enough ports available.


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I think the licenses are still available if you are a registered NEC dealer. I think the other possibility would be to change the processor to the 9100 and then purchase the licence. I have a ton of UX5000s in the field that I continue to support as they aren't even close to 10 years old yet. Not NEC's finest hour in my opinion - when they pulled the rug out from under the UX5000.

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Originally Posted by Toolie
Not NEC's finest hour in my opinion - when they pulled the rug out from under the UX5000.

Not sure why NEC decided to pick up Nitsuko in the first place


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Not NEC's finest hour in my opinion - when they pulled the rug out from under the UX5000.

Not sure why NEC decided to pick up Nitsuko in the first place

Because it was a better product? The problem is that the SV8100 and IPK took the advice of the NEC side and for a LONG time was severely inferior to the UX and Aspire. I still hate CAP keys FWIW.

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Thanks for the info guys, it looks like I have enough ports in the system.


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