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Old 02-10-2011   #1
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Default Have the parts, how do they connect?

I'm assembling a second VTC/SVTC suite for our organization, but I'm completely and totally lost. It is currently set up as an unclassified system, and my job is to make it also handle SECRET. The last IT/VTC tech left a while ago saying that all of the parts we needed were present, except for maybe a couple of cables. I just cannot seem to figure out how to put them together though. Hopefully someone here can give some sage advice.

The parts we have:
Adtran ISU 512 and Adtran NT1 ACE4 - I know we only need one of these. The NT1 is currently in place.
KIV-7
DTD-530 S
Tandberg CODEC 6000 MXP


I suppose my biggest hangup is that I presume I need to use the ISU 512, but the NT1 ACE4 has an extra set of cables coming out of it leading to the Tandberg which the 512 does not have slots for. I don't know if those cables are necessary or not. If they are, then I don't seem to have a way to connect to the Kiv-7 and DTD-530 S.

Any help is appreciated
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Old 02-11-2011   #2
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http://www.disa.mil/disnvtc/textonly...gdrawing_c.ppt
http://www.cissecure.com/Products.aspx?ProductLineID=7

Short version:

Tandberg => Codec input of the DTD-530 (cable should be indentifiable by the HD37pin connector (3 rows of pins))
You should also have a red and black kiv connections. the connect to the red and black sides of the KIV.

The black output goies to the ISU512.

You probably need the NT-1' s to connect to the IMUX for the ISDN lines (to change them from s/t to u.
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I am going to say something very controversial to some people. It is nice to have this forumn to help people with problems but I find that there are way to many customers and installers with little to no experience installing secure VTC systems trying to get a complete installation plan from those of us who do this for a living. Plus it seems that almost every time a solution is given we get zero feed back from the poster on what the results were. So I encourage users who have a problem to understand that most of us can't live off of free tech support. Please contact a reputable VTC contractor who can supply refrences of customers they have worked for.
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I am going to say something very controversial to some people. It is nice to have this forumn to help people with problems but I find that there are way to many customers and installers with little to no experience installing secure VTC systems trying to get a complete installation plan from those of us who do this for a living. Plus it seems that almost every time a solution is given we get zero feed back from the poster on what the results were. So I encourage users who have a problem to understand that most of us can't live off of free tech support. Please contact a reputable VTC contractor who can supply refrences of customers they have worked for.
I agree with you. If you don't have a clue, hire a professional. You'll be happy you did.
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I agree with you. If you don't have a clue, hire a professional. You'll be happy you did.
I agree with you too but it isn't always that simple. The OP said he was looking for a VTC/SVTC so now you have to find a professional with the appropriate clearance level.

Also, often technicians "inheirit" VTC responsibilities from leadership and don't have the authority to hire a professional. So the technician uses whatever is at his disposal...which may mean coming to forums like this and asking for help.

I'm grateful for what information is provided, and also understand the SMEs would prefer to be hired and guarantee the job is done right.

Thanks for the insight
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