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Use Existing PRI (Nortel Call Center) network - BRI Device

Posted on 2014-04-11
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Hi All,

I have an existing PRI connecting to our Nortel Networks Call Center.  I recently had to incorporate a Tandberg 880 on my network which is asking for an ISDN/BRI setup.  Is there a way to configure 2 channels from my existing PRI to the Tandberg?  BRIs are no longer available and an addition PRI is overkill.  Or, is there another way to simulate this ISDN/BRI connection?

Thanks so much!
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You'll need something like a PRI-BRI add-drop multiplexer.
This looks useful on first read:
http://www.isdnconnect.com/level_1/applications.html
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Thank you so much...this leads me in the right direction.  We are a small company and I'm not sure the expense is worth accommodating our Spain company.
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