The WIC-1DSU-T1-V2 interface card supports wetting current. Wetting current is a small amount of electrical current (60 to 140 milliamps) sent from the central office to the card to prevent the corrosion of electrical contacts in the card's network connection.
Wetting current may be enabled or disabled by the user. It is controlled by the placement of a jumper on connector J2 on the card.
The feature is enabled by connecting pins 1 and 2 of the J2 connector with a jumper. It is disabled either by removing the jumper or by connecting pins 2 and 3 of the J2 connector.
The card is shipped with the jumper connecting pins 2 and 3 on the J2 connector, which disables the wetting current.
Not likely what's causing my issues but definitely takes the suspicion off the jumper settings. I've read that these new v2 cards are a little more finicky than their predecessors and that's likely what's causing my problems. Thanks for the clarification. -- Brian
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