ShoreGear-T1 and ShoreGear E1 Voice Switches Chapter G: ShoreGear Switches
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G.14 ShoreGear-T1 and ShoreGear E1 Voice Switches
The following sections describe ShoreGear-T1 and ShoreGear E1 resource capacity, LED
behavior, and connectors. The ShoreGear-T1 is not supported in installations outside the
U.S. and Canada. Figure G-14 displays the ShoreGear-T1 front plate. The ShoreGear E1
front plate is identical to the ShoreGear-T1 except for the E1 labeling.
The ShoreGear-T1 provides higher-density trunking to the central office using CAS or PRI
signaling. The ShoreGear-T1 can also be used as a gateway to legacy PBX systems.
The ShoreGear E1 provides higher-density trunking to the central office using PRI
signaling. The ShoreGear E1 can also be used as a gateway to legacy PBX systems.
G.14.1 Switch Capacity
Digital Circuit Resources
SG T1 – One T1 circuit, 24 channels per circuit: 24 channels maximum.
SG E1 – One T1 circuit, 30 channels per circuit: 30 channels maximum.
Make Me Conference Resources: None
Maximum IP Phone Resources: None
G.14.2 LED Descriptions
G.14.2.1 Power LED
The ShoreGear-T1 and ShoreGear E1 voice switches have one power LED, which indicates
the following:
On: The switch is operating normally.
Off: The switch has no power.
Flashing
2 flashes—The switch failed its internal self-test. This indicates a hardware
failure; replace the unit and submit a Return Material Authorization (RMA) to
ShoreTel, Inc.
3 flashes—Booting via FTP. Flash memory may be corrupted. Go to the Quick
Look page to make sure that the system is running properly.
Figure G-14 ShoreGear-T1 Front Plate
ShoreGear
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T1
Default
Switch
Power
LED
RS-232C
Maintentance
Port
Network
LEDs
LAN
Connectors
T1 Monitor Port
(RJ-48C)
T1 Port
(RJ-48C)
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