[Asterisk-Users] TDM400P lockups (FXO)
asterisk at startupanywhere.org
Fri Sep 10 11:25:26 MST 2004
It sounds like my lockups may be related since my TDM422b card has the FXS FXS FXO
FXO configuration and doesn't have an FXO in position 1 either.
My card is identified in software as Rev E/F and has the wire jumper on the back.
Richard Scobie said:
> Maciej Kietlinski wrote:
>>>>Are the FXOs on the 2x on ports 1-2 or 3-4? Maybe it has to
>>>>do with *any* FXO on port 1...
>>>>Please get back with the list with your findings.
>>>My experience led to a replacement from Digium, but the card is a
>>>TDM400P with 4 FXO...now that I think of it, during troubleshooting
>>>there was some correlation to the first port on the card (port 1)...not
>>>the first module - I swapped module positions to varying locations on
>>>the card without success, but then again they are all FXO...Maybe *is*
>>>possible that the TDM400P doesn't like an FXO module in port 1 as you
>>>are suggesting...Like I said, in the end I got a new revision board from
>>>digium, all 4 ports are still FXO and working great now...
>> With my old revision TDM400P it was the same problem with
>> FXO on port 1. Easiest way for me was to put FXO's on new
>> revision card, and on old use FXS on port 1.
>> I used info from post with:
>> 'The card had been modified, evident from the jumper wire that been
>> soldered between two points on the back of the card. I haven't had
>> problems since installing the new card.'
>> And before old card was used with FXS + 3 x FXO without problems,
>> so it works in the same hw conf again.
>> Now I heve no problems with TDMxxp
> I'll let you know how I get on. One of the cards that is giving trouble,
> has FXOs in positions 3 and 4.
> Can anyone tell me what these "new revision" cards are? My current ones
> are all Rev. E/F.
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