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Old 09-18-2013, 07:47 PM
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Default Adding IPO IP500 Trunk Card Anlg 4 V2 to inservice IP Office 500v2 8.1.57

Is there a procedure to install a IPO IP500 trunk card anlg 4 V2 to an inservice IP Office 500v2 running on 8.1.57?
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Old 09-18-2013, 10:57 PM
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Power off, pull out the base card, install the standoffs, mount the daughter card, install the screws. Put the base card back into the 500 and power up. The lines will magically appear in your configuration.

They will be in Incoming and Outgoing groups 0, which will probably interfere with your current ARS routing, so be sure to change them to something else.
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