You could edit one of the customizable interface groups to match these interfaces, then disable the backup activated threshold for this group. The group customization is done under DFM > Configuration > Other Configurations > Group Administration. Then, you can promote that customized group to the top of the interface group list under DFM > Configuration > Polling and Thresholds > Setting Priorities. Then enable the desired thresholds under the Managing Thresholds interface. Finally, apply your changes.
Interfaces with an ifType of isdn are considered backup interfaces by default. Without seeing more details about how these devices are being configured/used, I cannot say why the other devices' B-channels aren't being tagged with an ifType of isdn.
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