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Hi,
We are going to install a new SV8500 constiting of (4)IMGs , TSWR, and servers.
We will use 5 (42u racks) to accomodate the PIRs, and the other TSWR & servers
we need to lay more than 190 LT cable between the MDF and the PIRs.
My question is : what could be the best cable path to use to install the LT cables?


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Should show you in the 8500 Install manual.

Typically all your 25pr LT's will run up the rack into ladder rack and over to a 110 block x-connect field.

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doghart
thank you for your reply.
I have the installation manual and it says nothing about the cabling path...
I hope that some one post or email me some pics for the cabling.


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Here are some pictures of the last 8500 install I worked on, about 3,000 stations.

Maybe this will help?

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Doghart.....How many (ballpark) extensions and copper trunks do you have with that system? I am just trying to get a idea for our new system that we are getting.

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About 3000 stations, probably a couple hundred IP phones, 3 PRI's (resort so guest room phone usage is low), 3 spectralink wireless handset servers, a dozen copper POTS lines or so...

I do a lot of resorts, mostly DTERM or IP stations for admin or call center (reservations etc...) then a million analog extensions...

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Very nice Doghart

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doghart
Thank you for this help.
The pics show the front side of the PIRs, and the cables come out from the rear side.
I would like to know if you have fixed the cables by screws to the metal bar located in the rear side of the PIRs? or you just take them from the sockets to the left and right sides of the PIRs?


Lee

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