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H320 legacy ISDN point-to-point devices over IP networks

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Jan 9th, 2003
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What are the options to use my H320 legacy ISDN point-to-point devices

over an IP Network WAN link.

I just want this. What the options that I have ?


Tanks

Correct Answer by Febo about 14 years 6 months ago

If you didn't get an answer you can try Cisco's terminal adpater.


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jbohla Wed, 01/15/2003 - 14:00
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Did you by chance figure this one out yet?

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Febo Mon, 02/03/2003 - 06:43
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If you didn't get an answer you can try Cisco's terminal adpater.


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sachon Fri, 02/14/2003 - 08:10
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Note that Cisco has end-of life'd the IPVC 3530 VTA.

sachon Fri, 02/14/2003 - 08:13
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Most newer VC systems support both H.323 and H.320 interfaces. If you have an older system that support only H.320, it is recommended to get a new codec that supports both protocols if possible. The cost/complexity of adapters/gateways ( ~$4k) for this function is about as much as a new codec in many cases

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