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Topic # 57398 12-Feb-2010 02:19
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Just noticed a couple of these at a few of my clients and was wondering what they are?
I am guessing its an ISDN adapter for 2 lines over 1 pair or a multiplexer to get 2 over 1 but not really sure.




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  Reply # 298206 12-Feb-2010 06:08
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Pic might help.

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Reply # 298208 12-Feb-2010 06:34
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Ha - no idea, can I ring your customer though?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 298210 12-Feb-2010 06:53
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Looks like a standard ISDN Terminal Adaptor. Yeah might pay to take that number off your pic.

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  Reply # 298223 12-Feb-2010 07:47
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Yup, theyre defintely ISDN - we have them in all our offices.




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  Reply # 298226 12-Feb-2010 07:53
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It's just a standard ISDN TA. That one with two phonelines it's just for an ISDN BRA (basic Rate) service.

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  Reply # 298306 12-Feb-2010 11:31
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[name removed], Napier are a customer of yours?

Interesting :P

( I didn't phone them, don't worry)


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  Reply # 298320 12-Feb-2010 12:27
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TMI!



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  Reply # 298513 12-Feb-2010 22:20
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lol. Call this and you will probably just get the modem at the other end that accepts the water metering data.

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Reply # 298865 14-Feb-2010 15:21
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I've reposted the image with the number blurred as it may be helpful to people in future with such a query.  I've also hidden the name of the company as I think it was a honest slipup by raytaylor.

If you think this is wrong, flick me a PM.



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  Reply # 298897 14-Feb-2010 18:16
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awesome, thanks




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