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Interconecting 2 Panasonic KX-TDA 200 & KX-TDA600

We would want to tie this systems together, they are located in three different buildings. The buildings are linked by optical fibre cable.
Which cards do we use to interconnect the three pabx? Each pabx needs to be connected to the optic fibre terminal using the existing Lan located in same location as pabx.
Each pabx extension should be able to call any extension in any of the pabx.

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You are asking for some very advanced setup features, as far as connecting them you need the IPGateway cards. They are cat5 cards that will do the trick. However programming the setup to do what you want will be VERY time consuming and not to easy to walk someone through. On-site tech is highly recommended for that much programming and work.

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Gate way card in both system

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If the IP-Boards for the PBXes are not usable for whatever reason
E1 oder T1 cards could also be a solution.

http://www2.metrodata.co.uk/products/datasheets/fc1x00-e1-fibre-converter.htm

http://www.rad.com/14/TDM_and_Ethernet_Aggregation_over_Fiber_and_Copper_and_Wireless/4260/

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