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Has a 16 port digital station card and an 8 port station card, 4 port analog card, and 2 8 port CO cards.

Tried adding a 8 port digital extension daughter board to the 8 port station card and the ports never show up? Tried several daughter boards! Can I put a 16 port in place?
Could it be licensing?

Thank you In advance!

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Gary

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What size is that CPU? That digital card will need to be able to grab 16 ports in a row. If there aren't any it will never work.

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Its a CD-CP00+PZME50 all the cards slots in the chassis are taken up so maybe that is the problem. the last card is a trunk card and the 8 port digital card i need to add to is in the slot above it.

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What you will probably need to to IF you have enough ports is delete both the last digital card and analog cards from your database. Replace the 8 port digital with a 16 card and then the analog station card. all the programming from port 25 on will be messed up.


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