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aryoba
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reply to markysharkey

Re: CME to Analog PBX.

Best to consult the Panasonic's documentation before testing I guess

markysharkey
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join:2012-12-20
united kingd
RTFM... yeah I probably should.
Cramer, I definitley said FXO port...
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cramer
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The PBX goes into an FXO port. Phone handsets go in FXS ports.

If the PBX is designed for an analog CO line, then it might work. Depends on the type of FXO port and type of CO line the pbx expects. (loop start, ground start, etc.)


battleop

join:2005-09-28
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"The PBX goes into an FXO port. Phone handsets go in FXS ports."

The PBX would go into an FXS port. From the router's point of view the PBX is a station.
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