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Cisco IOS in a Nutshell, 2nd Edition by James Boney

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Name

isdn spid1 (spid2) — interface

Synopsis

isdn {spid1 | spid2} spid [local-directory-number]
no isdn {spid1 | spid2} spid [local-directory-number]

Configures

ISDN SPIDs

Default

None

Description

This command provides the service profile identifier (SPID) for the B1 channel (spid1) or the B2 channel (spid2). You can also use this command to specify the local-directory-number (optional). Your ISDN carrier (i.e., your phone company) provides the SPIDs and the local directory number. Some carriers and switch types do not require SPIDs (for example, if they are not used in Europe).

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