before use clock line, each card work on it's own clock, since the precision of the clock is limited, each card will send /receive voice data at different speed. in voice usage, this small issue can be omitted, but in data communication such as Fax/Modem, it will cause big problem. data lost will cause communication broken or fax broken.
Use timing cable will force all the cards work at same clock source, send data at same speed. so no data lost happen.
if you just have 1 card in system, all the channels on that card already use the same clock source, no needs of timing cable.
Hi I have bought an Openvox A800P with six FXS and 2 FXO and a B100P ISDN...Do I have to do the same with this two card? Is possibile to share the same clock between this 2 cards too...If so where could I find the clock cable?
Thanks a lot...
nothing is impossible. (Adidas)
sorry, but the only manufacturer that make for that a solution is sangoma. With the A500 and the A200 card from sangoma can you make that.
-> A800P configuration:
the old mISDN <= 126.96.36.199 can you make a timing sync to the ztdummy. A software solution, if haven't that tested that.
Just input in the configuration /etc/misdn-init.conf
the secound think is that you must have a dummy interface in dahdi or in zaptel.
Just load the kernel module.
I want to install 2 A1200P card in a PC. First card contains 12 FXS and the second card contains 12 FXO. In future I want to add another A1200P card with 12 FXO. All lines will be used for voice only. Do I have to use the timing cable?