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Topic # 30075 28-Jan-2009 11:41
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The title say it all

Will Cabinisation free up the exchange full issue ?

Quite often this happen when the exchange is full and waiting till someone leave a free up the slot.
so very ridiculous this is happening in NZ.

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  Reply # 192451 28-Jan-2009 11:55
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Yes.

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  Reply # 192515 28-Jan-2009 16:11
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JUPITER2K: The title say it all

Will Cabinisation free up the exchange full issue ?

Quite often this happen when the exchange is full and waiting till someone leave a free up the slot.
so very ridiculous this is happening in NZ.

Was wondering about a simalar thing.  When your line is extended out to a cabinet the telephony part  is feed from the cabinet but is the orginating part still feed from the local  NEAX exchange and muxed to fiber  or does it come from that mysterious thing called the NGN??




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  Reply # 192523 28-Jan-2009 17:15
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The "single bay" cabinets have the POTS service fed from the existing NEAX.  The "double bay" cabinets have POTS fed from equipment in the cabinet.  The cabinetisation list released by Chorus notes how many bays each cabinet has.


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