4 pair for Avaya Partner pnone system

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 Question by Clay Seale posted 17 Aug 2005
 4 pair for Avaya Partner pnone system
I have just purchased an Avaya Partner phone system for one of our offices. I am in the process of pulling cat-5 cable for this. All of the jacks on the system will take a RJ-45, but for the life of me I cannot find anything about what standard I should use to actually connect the pins...is it just USOC for 8 pin?
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 Answer by Joseph Golan posted 18 Aug 2005
Dear Clay,

Sorry, I did an on-line search for this information and could not locate it either. From what I did find, it requires a 2 pair (minimum) installation of the proprietary phones and in the past for Avaya this was to be to the T568B wiring standard (old AT&T 258A). They mentioned in the documentation I did review that there is a number for a helpline. I would call them and ask. It is a pretty sorry installation book in my opinion.


Sincerely,
Joseph Golan, RCDD

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