RE: CCIE Voice Lab PSTN Simulator posted 08/17/2006
I've got an Adtran Atlas 550 with 3 PRI, 4 BRI, and 4 POTS FXS ports. Works
pretty well. You could always use a router to do the same thing, except the
BRI's I believe.
David C Prall dcp@xxxxxxxxxxx http://dcp.dcptech.com
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> Subject: CCIE Voice Lab PSTN Simulator
> Hi Guys,
> What do you guys use to simulator a true PSTN environment in
> your CCIE (Voice)
> Home practice lab? I have seen a couple of PRI ISDN simulators on ebay
> promising alot. However, I do not know if they will deliver
> in terms of actual
> B channels configuration on the router interface and the
> other nice things we
> have come to love in the true PSTN environment and expect in the CCIE
> I do not know if the second question fall in the realm of
> NDA, though I doubt
> it but if you feel it does, please ignore. The CCIE (Voice)
> blue print only
> states 'IP Phones' there is no indication of the type of
> phones viz: 7971,
> 7970, 7960, 7940, 7935, 7912, 7910, 7902, etc the list goes
> on with the G
> It will be nice to know what is actually tested on the Lab [I
> have myself to
> blame for this, while at San Jose for my CCIE (R&S), the
> phones were right
> there on the desk, but the heat of the moment, did not allow
> one to peak at
> the models]. I have a couple of 7960s & 7940s and intend
> buying some 7912 or
> 7910s, do one really need that conference phone (7935)?
> I am in the process of putting my CCIE (Voice) Home Lab
> together, your input
> will be appreciated.
> Any advice will be appreciated.
> Godswill Oletu
> CCIE #16464(R&S).
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