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adtran 512 manualAll rights reserved. Printed in USA. Page 3 FCC regulations require that the following information be provided in this manual: 1. This equipment complies with Part 68 of the FCC rules. On the bottom of the equipment housing is a label that shows the FCC registration number and Ringer Equivalence Number (REN) for this equipment. If requested, provide this information to the telephone company. 2. If this equipment causes harm to the telephone network, the telephone company may temporarily discontinue service. Page 4 FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE STATEMENT 1202086L1 This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential environment. Page 6 CANADIAN EQUIPMENT LIMITATIONS Notice: The Canadian Industry and Science Canada label identifies certified equipment. This certification means that the equipment meets certain telecommunications network protective, operational, and safety requirements. The Department does not guarantee the equipment will operate to the user’s satisfaction. Before installing this equipment, ensure that it is permissible to be connected to the facilities of the local telecommunications company. Page 7 Quick Start Guide Before configuring the ISUTM 512, the telephone service provider must supply the switch type, service profile identifier (SPID), and local directory number (LDN). Page 8 Press Cancel to exit to the status screen and verify Ready conditions for each BRI line configured. If the status screen reads SYNC, DOWN, TEI, or SPID, either the configuration of the switch type and SPIDs are incorrect or there may be a problem with the ISDN line or translations; see the chapter Troubleshooting. Outside of the U.S. and Canada, only the LDNs will need to be entered. Page 9 Table of Contents Chapter 1. Understanding ISDN and the ISU 512.http://www.goodwillgz.com/db_picture/fckimgs/didger-software-manual.xml

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ISDN Overview. Product Overview. ISU 512 Interoperability. Page 10 Table of Contents Data 56 kbps. Data 64 kbps. Terminal Identification. Setting the SPID. Setting the LDN. Page 11 Table of Contents TXINIT. TXFA. TXADD01. TXDEQ. Page 12 Table of Contents Rate Adaption. Interoperability. D Channel Switch Compatibility. Page 14 Table of Contents vi 61202.086L1-1 User Manual 61202. Page 15 List of Tables Table 1-A: Table C-A: Table D-A: Table D-B: Table D-C: Table D-D: Table D-E: Table D-F: 61202.086L1-1 ISU 512 Synchronous Rates. 5 AT Commands. 85 Pinouts for Chain In and Chain Out Ports. 89 Pinouts for IFC RJ-45 Connectors. Page 16 Table of Contents viii 61202.086L1-1 User Manual 61202. Page 17 Chapter 1 Understanding ISDN and the ISU 512 ISDN OVERVIEW The Integrated Services Digital Network (ISDN) is a public or private switched digital network. ISDN is an international standard for digital communications, allowing a full range of enhanced services supporting voice, data, and image applications through standard interfaces over a single pair of telephone wires. Page 18 Chapter 1: Understanding ISDN and the ISU 512 The ISU 512 transmits data over an RS-530 or V.35 interface, selectable from the front panel. The ISU 512 performs at synchronous data transfer rates of 56 kbps to 512 kbps. At rates over 64 kbps, the BONDING Mode 1 inverse multiplexing protocol synchronizes data over up to eight 64 kbps B channels. By supporting BONDING, the ISU 512 interoperates with other BONDING-compatible inverse multiplexers and ISDN terminal adapters. Manually from up to ten stored numbers. Dialing while DTR is enabled. Page 20 Chapter 1: Understanding ISDN and the ISU 512 ISU 512 INTEROPERABILITY Telephone networks are evolving from analog technologies to digital technologies such as ISDN. This transition is time-consuming and costly for telephone companies and upgrading all locations and facilities is a lengthy process.http://www.lombardpruszkow.pl/local/userfiles/didger-3-manual.xml The ISU 512 bridges this transition by supporting communications with existing and future network services and equipment. Page 21 Chapter 1: Understanding ISDN and the ISU 512 RECOMMENDED OPERATING PROTOCOLS The ISU 512 supports BONDING Mode 1. For applications such as videoconferencing, in which the unit needs to interoperate with two SW56 lines or one dual-port ISDN device, the 2 x clear channel protocol (dual-port mode) is used. The ISU 512 automatically uses the 2 x clear channel protocol whenever it does not find a BONDING partner. The first call (incoming or outgoing) connects to the V.35 port in 2 x clear channel protocol. Page 22 Chapter 1: Understanding ISDN and the ISU 512 6 ISU 512 User Manual 61202. Page 23 Chapter 2 Ordering ISDN ISDN is a complex service with many network options. Obtaining service from the local telephone company and long distance providers can be complicated. The following instructions only apply to North American switches. In North America, the development of ISDN Ordering Codes (IOCs) simplifies the process of ordering ISDN service. Page 24 Chapter 2: Ordering ISDN For more information regarding ordering ISDN, see the ADTRAN document Ordering ISDN Service User Guide part number 60000.015-8, or contact the telephone company for alternative line configurations. The Ordering ISDN Service User Guide is available on the ADTRAN home page at (go to the Service and Support page and then to the ISDN Information Desk) or by calling ADTRAN at (205) 963-8000. 8 ISU 512 User Manual 61202. Page 25 Chapter 3 Installation INSTALLATION After unpacking the unit, immediately inspect it for possible shipping damage. If damage is discovered, file a claim immediately with the shipping carrier, then contact ADTRAN Customer Service; see the inside back cover of this manual for phone numbers. NETWORK CONNECTION The ISU 512 (U interface) supports either Dial or Leased operation. The ISU 512 (ST interface) supports only Dial operation.https://formations.fondationmironroyer.com/en/node/12877 The maximum cable lengths recommended are 50 feet for the RS-530 interface, or 150 feet for the V.35 interface. The pin assignments for the DTE interfaces are shown in the appendix Pinouts. The RS-530 interface and the V.35 interface support data rates up to 512 kbps. See the appendix Pinouts for the Chain In port pinout. The VT 100 terminal or null modem can be connected to the Chain In port using the RJ-45 to DB-25 adapter (part number 3196.ADPT003) and the RJ-45 to RJ-45 cable provided with the unit. The port contains transmit and receive data (EIA-232 compatible). Page 29 Chapter 3: Installation Software Update There are two methods available for updating ISU 512 software. The local method involves using the Chain In port and is described in this section. The remote method involves transmitting smart dial strings over a dial-up connection and is described in the section Remote Access of the chapter Configuration. The ISU 512 contains Flash memory allowing the software to be updated using the Chain In port. Page 30 Chapter 3: Installation VT 100 MENU INTERFACE The VT 100 menu interface can be used by connecting a VT 100 compatible terminal to the Chain In port on the back of the ISU 512. The VT 100 terminal (or PC running terminal emulation software) is connected to the Chain In port using the RJ-45 to DB-25 adapter (part number 3196.ADPT003) and the RJ-45 to RJ-45 cable provided with the unit. See the appendix Pinouts for the Chain In port pinout information. Page 31 Chapter 3: Installation Figure 3-2 VT 100 Configuration Menu Figure 3-3 VT 100 Configuration Menu 2 61202. Page 32 Chapter 3: Installation Figure 3-4 VT 100 Status Screen Figure 3-5 VT 100 Test Menu 16 ISU 512 User Manual 61202. Page 33 Chapter 3: Installation Figure 3-6 VT 100 Dial Menu 61202. Page 34 Chapter 3: Installation 18 ISU 512 User Manual 61202. Page 35 Chapter 4 Operation INITIAL SELF TEST The ISU 512 performs an initial self test upon initial installation.http://www.dolciariavarone.com/images/colt-45-automatic-manual.pdf Once the self test is successfully completed, the current status mode is displayed. If the ISU 512 is not connected to the network, the Status menu displays DOWN next to the network connection number. If the unit is connected to the network and functioning properly, READY is displayed next to the network connection number; see Figure 4-1. Page 36 Chapter 4: Operation MENU STRUCTURE The ISU 512 uses a multilevel menu approach to access its many features. All menu operations are displayed in the LCD window or are available from the VT 100 terminal interface. The opening menu is the access point to all other operations. There are four Main menu branches: Status, Test, Configuration, and Dial. Each Main menu item has several functions and submenus to identify and access specific parameters. Page 37 Chapter 4: Operation Configuration (CONFIG) Menu Configuration selects network and DTE operating parameters. Dial Menu Dial provides manual dialing functions. Key in a number to dial or select one of the ten stored numbers. Basic Menu Traversal Four function keys on the left side of the ISU 512 keypad allow the various menu branches to be entered, exited, and scrolled through. The four function keys are defined below: Enter Up Arrow Down Arrow Cancel Selects flashing menu item. Scrolls up the menu tree. Page 38 Chapter 4: Operation 3. 4. Choose an item on the submenu such asNetwork Options (Netw.To select Dial Line options, press 1, then press Enter. This prevents unintentional reconfiguration of the ISU 512 during an active call. Page 39 Chapter 4: Operation LCD Window Displays menu items and messages in 2 lines by 16 characters. Enter Selects active menu items. To select a menu item, press the number of the item to activate. When the menu item is flashing, press Enter to select it. A submenu item is invoked or a configuration parameter is set. Numeric Keypad The numeric keypad contains the numbers 0 through 9, which are used to activate menu items and enter parameters. Cancel Stops the current activity and returns to the previous menu. Page 40 Chapter 4: Operation 24 ISU 512 User Manual 61202. Page 41 Chapter 5 Configuration USING ISDN BASIC RATE SWITCHED SERVICE This section explains how to configure the ISU 512 when using ISDN Basic Rate switched service. To dial calls over ISDN, the ISU 512 must be configured for Dial Line. Switch Type Find out what kind of ISDN switch the local CO is using by asking the telephone administrator or the telephone company representative. The Speech option is used with an ISDN line configured for voice service. In some areas voice service costs less than data service. A Speech call type does not guarantee an end-to-end digital connection with some local and long distance carriers. Audio Audio directs the call control software to request a 3. Page 45 Chapter 5: Configuration Terminal Identification Terminal identification is assigned by the local telephone company. Page 46 Chapter 5: Configuration Setting the LDN The local directory number (LDN) is used when placing or receiving BONDING calls. The LDN is the local phone number assigned to the line. This option allows the entry of up to eight LDNs. Use the Up and Down arrows to select the LDN to enter. This is the factory default setting. 10 sec or EON The ISU 512 assumes the dial string is fully entered if more than 10 seconds elapse since input of the last digit, or the unit receives the EON command. Page 49 Chapter 5: Configuration Auto Answer The ISU 512 can be configured to automatically answer or not answer. The ringing call can be dumped using the Hang Up Line command. Page 51 Chapter 5: Configuration 3. 4. 5. Place a call to the ISU 512 with the stored number to see if it answers. If the ISU 512 does not answer the call, look at the Call ID message in the Status buffer. More than likely, the Call ID number is a ten-digit number Store the number in SN0 as it is displayed in the Call ID message and test Call Screening again. Page 52 Chapter 5: Configuration Remote Supervision The ISU 512 has the ability to be remotely accessed and configured from another ISU 512. The ISU 512 can be protected from illegal access by using the password protection built into the remote protocol. Page 53 Chapter 5: Configuration Maintenance Setup There are three Maintenance Setup options: Auto Traps, ADLP Address, and Port Mode. The ISU 512 monitors and reports alarms for network failures or degrading performance conditions. The ISU 512 can be configured to generate protocol traps autonomously by selecting Enable. To disable protocol traps, select Disable. Page 54 Chapter 5: Configuration Call NumID When Call NumID is enabled, the ISU 512 will send the caller ID INFO setup message to the ISDN switch. When Call NumID is disabled, the caller ID INFO setup message will not be sent to the ISDN switch. 38 ISU 512 User Manual 61202. Page 55 Chapter 5: Configuration CONFIGURING THE ISU 512 FOR LEASED DIGITAL SERVICE This section explains how to configure the ISU 512 when using a 2B1Q Leased Digital service or a service that provides a permanent connection between end points. This mode is only supported by the ISU 512 (U interface). Page 57 Chapter 5: Configuration Test Remote When the Test Remote option is enabled the unit performs an automatic 2047 BERT of the line(s) immediately following BONDING connection. When disabled (default), no test is performed after initialization. Maintenance Setup There are three Maintenance Setup options: Auto Traps, ADLP Address, and Port Mode. Page 58 Chapter 5: Configuration SETTING DTE OPTIONS The DTE Options menu is used to select the configuration parameters that control the operation of the DTE interface ports of the ISU 512, such as the maximum bit rate and the connector type. Changes to the DTE options affect both ports (RS-530 and V.35) during dual-port mode and single-port modes of operation. Maximum Bit Rate The DTE bit rate can be set for 64K MODE 1 or 56K MODE 1. Page 59 Chapter 5: Configuration Connector Type Specify the interface by selecting the desired connector type. Setting this option to Enabled allows the use of the RS-530 to V.35 cable. This cable converts the RS530 connector to a V.35 interface. Page 60 Chapter 5: Configuration CTS Options Selecting Forced CTS causes the CTS signal on the DTE connector to be continually asserted. Follow RTS causes the CTS signal to follow the state of the RTS lead. Follow CD causes the CTS signal to follow the state of the CD lead. Off V.25 ANSR drives CTS off while answering a call with V.25 bis dialing enabled. This setting is used for Panasonic video conferencing equipment with V.25 bis dialing enabled. The unit attempts to establish a call using SN0-SN4 until the call is established or DTR goes inactive. Page 62 Chapter 5: Configuration BONDING SETUP The ISU 512 communicates with many different types of telecommunication equipment including other ISU 512s, ISDN terminal adapters, Switched 56 DSUs, and BONDING mode 1-compatible inverse multiplexers. The ISU 512 supports the BONDING mode 1 (Bandwidth on Demand Interoperability Group) adaptation protocol. See Recommended Operating Protocols in this chapter for more information on recommended modes of operation. Page 63 Chapter 5: Configuration TXFA This option specifies the length of time both endpoints attempt to detect the BONDING frame pattern when a call is connected before deciding the BONDING call has failed. This timer value should be left at the factory default setting of 10 seconds. However, when interoperating with other manufacturers’ BONDING equipment, it may be necessary to lengthen this timer so that it matches TXADD01. Select from values of 1, 2, 5, 10 (default), 20, 50, 100, and 200 seconds. Page 64 Chapter 5: Configuration TCID This option specifies the length of time both endpoints attempt to negotiate an agreeable value for bearer channels and channel capacities before deciding the BONDING call has failed. This timer default setting is 5 seconds. Values of 1, 2, 5 (default), 10, 20, 50, 100, and 200 seconds can be selected. Call Stagger This option specifies the amount of delay placed between calls. The default setting is 0 ms (no delay). During incoming and outgoing calls, the ISU 512 attempts BONDING mode 1 protocol first. Page 66 Chapter 5: Configuration Videoconferencing equipment should be set for delayed second call dialing when using the RS-366 Y cable for dialing 2-clear channel calls. QUICK SETUP CONFIGURATION To configure the DTE Options quickly and easily, the Quick Setup menu is available to automatically set up the eight most common DTE configurations. Dial Number Allows a number to be entered and dialed from the key pad. Press the Up and Down arrow keys to scroll through the 10 stored numbers (SN0 - SN9). To store a number, scroll in the desired stored number location, enter the number, and press Enter to save. If a mistake is made, press Cancel to clear the line and allow another attempt. The ISU 512 supports V.25 bis in-band dialing in accordance with Fascicle VIII.I - V.25 bis (Malaga-Torremolinos 1984, Melbourne 1988). This allows performance of a bit error rate test (BERT) between the ISU 512 and end user equipment to verify proper cable connection, etc. This allows 2047 BERT patterns to be run on multiple ISDN connections (through BONDING). The originating ISU 512 generates the 2047 patterns and checks the incoming pattern for errors. The test is run for a period of time defined in S-register 26. The larger the value in S26 the longer the test runs before entering data mode. An incrementing count of NEBEs indicates a problem on the local loop from the switch to the NT-1. An incrementing count of FEBEs indicates a problem on the local loop from the NT-1 to the switch. Page 76 Chapter 6: Testing 60 ISU 512 User Manual 61202. Page 77 Chapter 7 Troubleshooting IF SELF TEST FAILS When the ISU 512 powers up, it performs an internal self test. This takes approximately 10 seconds. At the end of the test, the front panel displays Self Test Passed. If Self Test Passed is not displayed, perform the following procedure to verify if the problem can be solved locally: 1. Ensure the ISU 512 is receiving power and is switched On. 2. Turn Off the ISU 512; while holding the 0 key, power up the ISU 512. Page 78 Chapter 7: Troubleshooting directory number(s) provided with the ISDN line. Calling a good ISDN line with nothing connected usually results in a ring or fast busy tone. If the call is completed or a not-in-service intercept is received, then there is probably something wrong with the translation of the ISDN line. Contact the phone service provider for help. 3. If the ISU 512 continues to read DOWN, there is a physical problem with the ISDN line (probably Layer 1 setup). Page 79 Chapter 7: Troubleshooting F. Ensure nothing else is bridged across the ISDN line pair. G. With a minimum of extra wiring, try connecting to the line pair at the point where service provider's wiring ends. H. With the ISU 512 connected to the ISDN line and powered up, contact and inform the service provider's repair group that your ISDN basic rate line has a Physical Layer 1 problem. Request the ISDN line be checked. Page 80 Chapter 7: Troubleshooting 3. Connect another piece of functioning ISDN equipment to the ISDN line. 4. With the ISU 512 connected to the ISDN line and powered up, talk to your service provider's repair group and tell them you have an ISDN basic rate line that appears physically OK but has no terminal endpoint identifier (TEI). Ask them to check the line translation and ensure that ISDN the line supports Dynamic TEI allocation. Page 83 Chapter 8 Specifications Summary SPECIFICATIONS AND FEATURES This section describes the standard specifications and features incorporated in the ISU 512. Messages with lower case letters are generated by the ISU 512. Call Connect B1 Bearer channel 1 connected and is currently active. Call Connect B2 Bearer channel 2 connected and is currently active. NET REM LOOPBACK The ISU is performing a V.54 or DDS latching loopback toward the network. Disconnecting The current phone call is being disconnected (hung up). RINGING The phone number just dialed is ringing. BONDING nnnn BONDING mode 1 rate adaption is running at the bit rate specified by nnnn. BONDING Quitting BONDING mode 1 rate adaption protocol is turning off. BONDING Ready BONDING mode 1 rate adaption protocol is ready. Bad AT bit field User issued an AT command with an argument that was out of range. Bad call type ISU 512 placed a call with an improper call type. Bad DTE baud The DTE bit rate does not match a valid bit rate for the protocol selected. Bad DTE bps Bonding negotiation determined that the chosen DTE bit rate is invalid. Page 88 Appendix A. Status Buffer Messages CallID 2 in use ISU 512 tried to place a call using SPID 2 though SPID 2 was already in use. Call not ringing User executed an answer command (A) but there was not a call present. Page 89 Appendix A. Status Buffer Messages DPUMP END RCVD Indication of a hang-up or disconnect occurring during BONDING. Does not indicate an ERROR condition has occurred. DTE not set V25 The DTE equipment is not optioned for the same bit rate as the ISU 512 for V.25 bis dialing. DTR not up ISU 512 tried to place a call in a dialing mode that requires DTR to be in an active state but it is not. Dump call ISU 512 could not accept an incoming call because it was already involved in a call. The network will not allow an incoming call. Need 64K call The BONDING protocol requires the ISU 512 to be configured for a 64k data call type. Negotiation fail The BONDING negotiation has failed. NETWORK BUSY The ISDN switch is busy and unable to process a call. NOT end2end ISDN The path that the call was routed over is not ISDN from end-to-end (warning only). PRE-EMPTED The network pre-empted the call. Page 93 Appendix A. Status Buffer Messages TANULL expired Bonding timer TANULL expired; non BONDING equipment attempted to call into the ISU 512 while optioned for BONDING. TXADD01 expired Bonding timer TXADD01 expired, probably making a long distance call to a foreign country; adjust timer value to correct. TXFA1 expired Bonding timer TXFA1 expired; other vendor's BONDING equipment did not operate properly. This may cause 2 x Clear Channel mode to fail to come on-line. 2 x Clear Channel mode only works when the connector type is set to V.35. 78 ISU 512 User Manual 61202. Page 101 Appendix C AT Commands The AT commands (shown in Table C-A) can be used with the Maintenance interface available at 9600 bps (8, n, 1) through the CHAIN IN port on the back panel. See the section The Maintenance Interface in Chapter 3 for more information. Commands should be entered without the AT prefix. Page 102 Appendix C. Page 103 Appendix C. Page 104 Appendix C. AT Commands 88 ISU 512 User Manual 61202. Page 105 Appendix D Pinouts Figure D-1 illustrates the EIA-232 to DB-25 adapter connector. Figures D-2 through D-4 show the interfaces for the pinouts identified in Tables D-A through D-F. Page 106 Appendix D. Pinouts Table D-B Pinouts for IFC RJ-45 Connectors IFC RJ-45 Connector Ring Tip Pin 4 Pin 5 PIN 13 PIN 1 FEMALE PIN 25 PIN 14 Figure D-3 EIA-232, RS-366, and RS-530 Connector V.35 B F J D A N K E C R L H V T P M Z X U S Y W DD BB JJ CC AA NN FF EE LL HH MM KK Figure D-4 V.35 Connector 90 ISU 512 User Manual 61202. Page 107 Appendix D. Page 108 Appendix D. Page 109 Appendix D. Pinouts Table D-E V. Page 110 Appendix D. Pinouts Table D-F RS-530-to-V. Page 111 Appendix D. Pinouts Figure D-5 displays the RS-366 Y cable, part number 1200120L1. DB25 Male RS-366 Port DB25 Female Primary RS-366 DB25 Female Secondary RS-366 Figure D-5 RS-366 Y Cable Figure D-6 displays the RS-530 to V.35 adapter cable, part number 1200072L1. DB25 Male RS-530 V.35 Connector Figure D-6 RS-530 to V.35 Adapter Cable 61202. Page 112 Appendix D. Pinouts 96 ISU 512 User Manual 61202. Page 113 Acronyms AMI. Alternate Mark Inversion ANI. Automatic Number Identification BONDING. Bandwidth On Demand Interoperability Group BRI. Basic Rate Interface CCITT. Consultative Committee for International Telegraphy and Telephony CD. Carrier Detect CO. Central Office CIC. Carrier Identification Code CTS. Page 114 Acronyms LAN.Local Area Network LDM.Limlited Distance Modem LDN.Local Directory Number LED.Light Emitting Diode MLHG.Multiline Hunt Group NEBE.Near-End Block Errors NI-1.National ISDN-1 NT.Network Termination PC.Personal Computer POTS. Page 116 Glossary CCITT Consultative Committee on International Telephony and Telegraphy. A body of the International Telegraph Union (ITU) which prepares recommendations, commonly referred to as international standards, to resolve technical telegraph and telephone problems. central office (CO) In telephony, the phone company switching facility or center, usually a Class 5 end office, at which subscriber's local loops terminate. Page 117 Glossary DDS Dataphone digital service. The digital transmission system transmits electrical signals directly, instead of translating the signals into tone of varied frequencies as with traditional analog transmission systems. Digital techniques provide more efficient use of transmission facilities, resulting in lower error rates and costs than analog systems. Page 118 Glossary interface A common boundary between two systems over which the inter-system communication occurs. ISDN Integrated services digital network. A network architecture that enables end-toend digital connections. The network supports diverse services through integrated access arrangements and defines a limited set of standard, multipurpose interfaces for equipment vendors, network providers, and customers. Interworking with a public switched telephone network is retained. Page 119 Glossary by multiple users. Typically, user data streams are interleaved on a bit or byte basis (time division) or separated by different carrier frequencies (frequency division).NT1 Network termination 1. Page 120 Glossary S interface S reference point The interface that connects an ISDN terminal (TEI) or terminal adapter (TA) to the NT2 reference point as defined in the I.411 Recommendation. synchronous 1. The condition occurring when two events happen in a specific time relationship with each other, both under control of a master clock. 2. A method of data transmission requiring the transmission of timing pulses to keep the sender and receiver synchronized in their communication used to send blocks of information. Page 121 Glossary V.35 CCITT standard for trunk interface between a network access device and a packet network that defines signaling for data rates greater than 19.2 kbps. videoconferencing The real-time, usually two-way, transmission of digitized video images between two or more locations. Teleconferencing requires a wideband transmission facility. Transmitted images may be freeze-frame (where television screen is repainted every few seconds to every 20 seconds) or full motion. Page 122 Glossary 106 ISU 512 User Manual 61202. If your local distributor cannot help, please contact ADTRAN Technical Support and have the unit serial number available. Also attached to the Dial Isolator was a Titan 3014-2 KIV7.Documentation is difficult to obtain. There are differences in the way the HDX handles serial interface signaling than that of ViewStation Products. Page 5 of 5 Broadcast Mode is not applicable. Leave all settings at default Any settings not mentioned are assumed to be left as This will change your stored values. Be sure to check that it is the user manual to exactly the device that you are looking for. In our database ADTRAN ISU 512 it belongs to the category Network Card. A user manualADTRAN ISU 512 is taken from the manufacturer, a ADTRAN company - it is an official document, so if you have any doubts as to its contents, please contact the manufacturer of the device ADTRAN ISU 512 directly. You can view the user manualADTRAN ISU 512 directly online or save and store it on your computer.If you have any questions, you can ask them in the form below. Other users viewing this website will have the opportunity to help you solve your probem with ADTRAN ISU 512. Remember that you can also share the solution. 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