Which interfaces support DCC calls

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The following interfaces support Dial Control Center (DCC) calls: synchronous serial interfaces, primary rate interfaces (PRIs), and dialer interfaces. In V200R001C01, asynchronous serial interfaces , 3G interfaces and BRI interfaces also support DCC calls in addition to the preceding interfaces. In V200R005C00, LTE interfaces also support DCC calls in addition to the preceding interfaces

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What type of interfaces can VLANs be configured
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How about DCC support for Metro 2050
SS11SCC:support 6 channel D1~D3;unsupport D4~D12�?SS12SCC:support 6 channel D1~D3;unsupport D4~D12�?SS13SCC:SS13SCC support handling 6 channel D1~D3 or D4~D12�?SS32SCC:SS32SCC support handling 10 channelD1~D3,unsupport D4~D12.

If two DCC timers are configured on the physical and dialer interfaces at the same time, which one takes effect
The timers defined by dialer timer idle and dialer timer wait-carrier commands take effect on dialer interfaces. The timers defined by dialer timer enable and dialer timer compete commands take effect on physical interfaces.

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