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Internal Daughter Cards

Internal Daughter Cards are fitted inside the IP406 V2 and IP412 control units.

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IP400 Voice Compression Module – 4/8/16/24/30 ports

The Voice Compression Module (VCM) is used for Voice over IP (VoIP) applications in the IP406 and IP412 control units. Five VCM variants are available supporting 4, 8, 16, 24 and 30 channels of compression. The echo cancellation capabilities of the VCM cards vary. The VCM 4, 8, 16 and 24 cards offer 64ms of echo cancellation while the VCM 30 card offers 25ms.

The IP406 V2 supports a single VCM while the IP412 can have any two VCMs installed.

The following table shows how many of each card are supported by each platform.

IP406 V2

IP412

IP500

IP400 VCM 4

1

2

2*

IP400 VCM 8

1

2

2*

IP400 VCM 16

1

2

2*

IP400 VCM 24

1

2

2*

IP400 VCM 30

1

2

2*

IP400 VCM 5/10/20

(no longer sold)

1

2

cross

IP500 VCM 32

cross

cross

2

IP500 VCM 64

cross

cross

2

*Each card requires the use of an IP500 Legacy Card Carrier.

IP400 Internal Modem Card

An internal modem card with 12 modems can be installed in both the IP406 V2 and IP412 to provide dial-up capacity that is better matched to remote access requirements of customers. The Internal Modem card allows up to 12 simultaneous V.90 (56kbps) analog modem calls into the IP Office.

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Last Modified: 22/02/2010