AS5350 for VoIP - Do I need to install Universal Port Feature Card?
I am confused if I need to install a Universal Port Feature Card to the AS5350 if I am going to used it exclusively for VoIP? I am planning to connect the 5350 to a pbx via 4E1 interface. I've read that the Universal card can terminate voice, data, and fax calls. How does it work? I mean, if the voice call is bound to the pstn thru the pbx, I don't think the universal port needs to terminate the voice call. Can somebody help me on this one? Or if you could give me a link for cisco web site. Thanks in advance.
Re: AS5350 for VoIP - Do I need to install Universal Port Featur
Thanks for the help. I've already figured it out. The Universal Port Cards worked the same way as the DSP's in the T1/E1 High Density Netmod for Cisco Routers to convert voice calls into a form that can be transmitted over the IP network and vice versa. I need to include the module in my design. Cheers!
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