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When there isn't an available line, you will get an "all ports busy" on the display of the phone. This can mean a few things. It can mean that your line cards (analog or digital) are not being seen by the NCP (Network Call Processor), all lines are busy or your T1/PRI circuit is down. If the cards are "Unknown" you can reboot the system (through the browser) and try again after about 5 minutes. The line cards are hot swappable and can be loosened, pulled out an inch or so and then pushed back in. Do not try this with the Call Processor though! It is NOT hot swappable!

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First, serial transmits one bit at a time. Parallel means that all 8 bits in a byte are passed at one time. A parallel port can pass data at about 10K bytes (Standard) to greater than 1M characters per second depending on the configuration of the Port.

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