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Converting to IP Site Connect

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Converting to IP Site Connect

Postby cadkins11 » Sun Jun 12, 2016 12:27 pm

We have a MTR3000 conventional with two time slots. I want to convert it to IP site connect for a IP dispatch console. When I change the repeater to IP Site Connect Master will the subscribers continue to work or will I need to change them as well. It will be a single site IP Site Connect System.

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Re: Converting to IP Site Connect

Postby wavetar » Wed Jun 15, 2016 3:51 pm

cadkins11 wrote:We have a MTR3000 conventional with two time slots. I want to convert it to IP site connect for a IP dispatch console. When I change the repeater to IP Site Connect Master will the subscribers continue to work or will I need to change them as well. It will be a single site IP Site Connect System.


Since you're keeping with a single site, you shouldn't need to change anything in the subscribers.
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