A400: 2 Port – 24 Port Expandable Analog Voice Card
- From 2 to 24 ports supported, mixing and interfaces, as required
- Connects to punch block using the included standard 12-line colour coded telephone cable. Or choose the optional Amphenol-Y cable that connects up to 24 lines to a telephone patch panel
- Supports ®, ™as well as other Open Source and proprietary , Switch, , and VoIP applications
- synchronizes perfectly with digital / cards and the atomic clock for error-free fax and modem passthrough and superior voice quality over T1 and E1 lines
- uses Wanpipe Driver which includes a suite of configuration, operation and debugging utilities
-> Linux: Wanpipe Driver
-> Windows: Wanpipe Driver
A single AFT A400 card supports 12 Analog ports (FXS/FXO). To increase capacity one can add on a "Daughter Card" labeled "Remoras" that connect to the main card using a backplane bus. One can cascade one additional "Daughter Card" increasing capacity to 24 Analog ports
When using FXS modules or additional remora daughter cards, an internal 12V power to A200 main board is required. Use 4-pin Molex power connector from server power supply
FXO/FXS Module Installation
Slide the modules into the main card until they click in properly. You should be able to read the designation FXO or FXS on the outside of the card (Remora) after installation.
FXO modules are RED in color
FXS modules are GREEN in color
FXO/FXS Modules have RED/GREEN face and BLUE back. The analog port will glow RED (if FXO module) or GREEN (if FXS module) depending on which type of modules is installed.
An A200 Analog card can be outfitted with any combination of the two. Furthermore, each RJ4 pin port is either mapped to FXO or FXS module depending on the physical location of the FXO/FXS module on the card
Module Configuration Examples
Module and Port Mapping
The A400 comes complete with a cable with a DB25 connector for mating with DB25 on the card or REMORA faceplate and 12 pairs of standard telephone wiring ready for punching into a termination strip at the other end. Wiring is colour coded correctly for North America.
The module furthest from the mounting clip and DB25 is port 1 and 2 (BLUE-WHITE and ORANGE-WHITE) on the first REMORA and 14 and 14 on the next, etc. The cabling remains the same, so these ports are all the same colour code: BLUE-WHITE and ORANGE-WHITE for ports 1-2, 13-14, 25-26 etc
-> Linux: Firmware update
-> Windows: Firmware Update