66 to 110 block crossconnects

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 Question by Steve Meyer posted 20 Feb 2001
 66 to 110 block crossconnects
Is there anything special that needs to be done to cross-connect from a 66 block to a 110 block. We are in the process of adding additional stations and would like to use the equipment that we have on the wall (66 block) and cross-connect to a new 110 block running to the station side(Lucent 8410D)?
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 Answer by Roman Kitaev posted 22 Feb 2001
Hi, Steve!

You don't have to worry. Just use cross-wire to connect 66 and 110 blocks.

Best regards,
Roman Kitaev

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