|Re: Cross Battery and Verizon|
|William Warren (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
Fri, 17 Dec 2004 20:11:10 GMT
On Wed, 15 Dec 2004 14:01:52 GMT, Joe Perkowski |
> Hey ppl,
> Does anyone know what is "cross battery"? We put in a NBX 2 months
> We have had a great deal of rain these past 2 weeks, and have had
> The Verizon guy is telling us "cross battery" is causing this?
> What is "cross battery" if anyone knows...?
He means "Crossed _WITH_ Battery", i.e., he sees a "foreign" voltage on
There are three possible causes:
1. The pair is defective, and is shorted to another pair in the
2. There is a short circuit in your company's internal cable.
3. Your PBX places a "Ground detect" voltage on the pair in order to
In all these cases, you'll need to open the lines at the demarcation
In case (3), if your test at the demarc shows voltage coming from your
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