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Need ISDN lines installed?

Some people do not have the time to deal with the telephone company business office. Ordering ISDN service can sometimes be a confusing process, especially if you don't speak the "lingo". For a single flat fee I will act on your behalf and order the ISDN lines for you. DIGIFON will contact the local telco ISDN center, specify the correct line configuration, provide the telephone company with the technical data it needs, get an installation date, an order number, a circuit ID, a repair contact number, obtain your directory numbers and spid format, confirm correct provisioning, and cause repairs to be made if neccessary. The installation will be seen through to completion and, with your participation, your ISDN line confirmed 100% operational. Call Dave at 203-254-0869.

Or you can follow these guidelines:

ORDER ISDN BUSINESS ACCOUNT SERVICE FROM YOUR LOCAL PROVIDER:
These specifications will get you basic voice and data service on both B channels and will work with all new codecs and terminal adapters and most old ones. Your application package is Broadcast Audio. If necessary, copy and paste the text below and email to your telephone company when ordering.

Major Telco providers contact numbers:
Verizon: 800-837-4966
AT&T: 800-222-7956
CenturyLink: 888-723-8010
(If you are asked to 'enter the number you are calling about', just put in your existing phone number.)

1. If telco has implemented NIUF ISDN Ordering Codes (IOCs), request an ISDN BRI interface configured to: Bellcore Capability Package "M" (Alternate Voice/Circuit Switched Data on both B channels, no additional features.) Package "S" (same as above plus caller ID) is also recommended.

2. If telephone co. is unable to understand the above request then ask that the following parameters are met:

National ISDN-1 switch type
2B1Q Line Code
D channel Signalling only
B1 alt. circuit switched data/circuit switched voice
B2 alt. circuit switched data/circuit switched voice
Dataline class: point to multi-point or point to point
TEI set to dynamic, one TEI per Dn
Terminal Type set to Type A
Display set to Y
EKTS set to NO
No Supplimental voice services
Call appearance preference set to Idle
Long Distance PIC and LPIC set to 0333 - both channels

It is also important that when your telephone company supports the following features, they are turned OFF at the telephone exchange:

Packet Mode Data
Multiline Hunt Groups
Multiple Call Appearances
Shared Directory Numbers
Accept Special Type Number
Intercom Groups
Network Resource Selector (Modem Pools)
Message Waiting
Hunting
InterLata Competition

3. In addition to the above, for AT&T switch types the following parameters should also be met:

MTERM set to 1 (for point to point configurations, 5E6 and below)
or - MTERM set to 2 (for point to multi-point configurations, 5E8 and above)
MAXB set to 2
ACT USR set to Y
CSD set to 2
CSD CHNL set to ANY
CSV set to 2
CSV CHNL set to ANY
CA QTY set to 1
CA PREF set to 1

4. In addition to item 2, for Northern Telecom DMS100 switch types the following parameters should also be met.

Bearer Restriction set to NOPMD
MAXKEYS set to > 1
PROVCGS set to CMDATA
PVC = functional Issue 2
LTClass = BRAFS
CACH = No
TEI = Dynamic
RING = Yes
EKTS = No
set data options: PROVCGS CMDATA & PROVCDS CMDATA