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    Default Hardware configurations

    What different hardware configurations will be available for your Appliance?

    Kevin

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    Default Hardware configurations

    Updated - May 13, 2010

    The base unit mainboard provides an IP port as well as 1 FXS port.

    There are 2 expansion ports on the warp to add additional connectivity options.

    Expansion Modules:
    - 4 port FXO/Trunk module with Power Failure Transfer Port
    - 4 port FXS/Station module with Power Failure Transfer Port
    - 2 port BRI module
    - 2 port GSM module


    Power Supply Options:
    - Power Supply with North American cord adapter
    - Power Supply with Europe cord adapter
    - Power Supply with UK cord adapter
    Rod

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    foulonneau Guest

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    Hello

    I would like to know the availability of the BRI module described here
    http://www.pikatechnologies.com/english/View.asp?x=652
    Features and Benefits :
    .../...
    4-port FXS station, 4-port FXO trunk and 2 port/ 4 channel BRI modules can be used in any combination to a maximum of 8 additional ports
    .../...
    I was not able to find any reference to it on pika website.

    Laurent

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    The BRI module will be generally available at the end of this month (January 09).

    You can see more details on the BRI module at our community site www.pikawarp.org under Hardware. (for example, http://pikawarp.org/?p=90 )

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    foulonneau Guest

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    Thanks for the info

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    Pika recently announced an additional 2 radio/channel GSM module (April 2010) that can be added to the list of generally available modules.

    http://www.pikatechnologies.com/engl...p?x=498&id=121

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    alexk Guest

    Default Ethernet ports

    Are there any plans for future Warp devices to ship with more than one Ethernet port? Because of the way the network infrastructure in our building is managed, we'd very much like to have the Warp function as a gateway on a private LAN for our phones, and pass all outbound / public-facing traffic through a separate WAN port.

    Alternately, if this could be done through one port using VLAN tagging, this may not be necessary. I don't recall seeing very much documentation on this class of feature, however.

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