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Difference between HDV-1E1-30 and DE30+

What are the pros of each one.

If i want a E1 connection to a PBX can i use each?? The HDV-1E1 can manage up to 60 voice channels to the PBX or for transcoding and i can scale the DSP´s.

On the other hand, i read in the description of the DE30+, i have the feature of display the caller id with name+number for in- and outbound calls. But the connection to the network it only 10BaseT.

Can i use both together in the same location??

Which development is the newer one??

Are my advisements right??

I have a MCS7835 and a 3640.

Thanks for your opinions and hints!


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Re: Difference between HDV-1E1-30 and DE30+

Well, since you already have the 3640 router, it may be advisable to go with the HDV E1 interfaces. One reason is that if you use the NM-HDV-2E1-60 you can handle 2 E1 circuits in one slot.

Feature-wise, the DE-30+ is similar. They will both handle ISDN signaling -- including caller ID number and name if present -- approximately the same.

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