| | Re: 9100 sip trunk Coral Tech Yesterday at 10:44 PM 1
Carrier, Internet connect or network (router etc) are your most likely culprits. You will need to wireshark it but if you are only looking at the phone system you probably won't find the issue.
| | Re: Pri Issues nameless 11/27/20 08:48 PM 4
The tepri2 uses the same firmware as the tepria card.
I don't believe I've ever had a faulty tepri card.
| | Re: SD Card Reader paulw 11/27/20 07:40 PM 5
I bought a cheap USB Transcend reader / writer when the SV9100 came out to allow me to reinitialize the CPU SD cards if there was an issue. It can read / write both SD and microSD cards.
| | Re: NEC SV9100 10.XX paulw 11/27/20 07:36 PM 7
Customer has been having problems with incoming calls on PRI
Patient phone were programmed for automatic trunk line seizure
The PRI was programmed as Ascending
There where several patient phones that were not hung up correctly
Which would give them access to a Chanel
and the channel on the PRI card would be busy
as long as the phone was off hook
However the carrier would not see that camel as busy
Because there was not a call on it
Anytime a call would come in it would see the Chanel as free but the PRI Chanel was busy
So don’t use automatic trunk line seizure On patient phones
I changed the PRI to descending an change the patient
Phones to dial 8 when you lift handset
So it won’t grab a PRI Chanel until you make a call
I always used to set the trunk select to rotary so if there was a faulty trunk you would not select it every time espcially old analog trunks.
| | Re: IPEdge Upgrade sjw827 11/25/20 01:10 PM 4
I upgraded the VM Ware on a Dell IPedge around a year ago. I followed the documentation on FYI and it went pretty simply. Was nervous before starting as it was for a large credit union with 300 + extensions with StrataNet to 30 CIX systems. One thing my IT manager recommended was stepping the VM Ware incrementally, rather than going straight to 6.5. Took about 2 hours to do it all.
| | Re: Comdial DXP Kari's Law Daniel 11/24/20 10:31 PM 1
Please note that as written Kari's Law is aimed at new and newly installed phone systems. Legacy systems are probably grandfathered in.
| | Re: 7100 pvj 11/23/20 03:52 PM 1
Look at the lights on the uni card(s) green light means trunk card installed 4 trunks per card
| | Re: Cortelco Millennium Manual buttercool 11/21/20 03:37 PM 2
I'm glad im not the only one that likes this switch
This has been a really fun project -- I actually just got a fully working system controller yesterday and have been fighting thru the serial port config so far.
I'll shoot you a direct message as well, thank you SO MUCH for being willing to help!
| | Re: SL2100 and Polycom SoundStation 2W ABLE1 11/21/20 02:28 PM 21
I am getting the drift that there will be some interesting challenges
during the training. Especially mine!!!
I may just go in at night and play until I find the easiest solution
for connecting. Then make up a good cheat sheet to present
to the powers that be.
Needless to say, it will have some of your wordage included.
Thanks for the extra tidbit's of input.
Have a good weekend.
| | Re: SVMI-20E Insert more options in Menu Block? nameless 11/20/20 11:46 PM 1
If you've committed you the 2 pages you'll have to use a text file with the entire and then there's a special command to use it which I can't remember.
The txt file format is the same as use in the block take and needs to be uploaded to the \dta folder.
There was a post about it a few years ago here which is where I learned about it.
I don't have access to a svmi20e anymore so I can't look it up.
| | Re: Gate access control hbiss 11/20/20 10:23 PM 11
OK, this is making more sense, Thanks for the drawing, so in our case we have CenturyLink as the provider in the security office, what is the interface there ,or would there be a direct line to the gate keypad? If so I would assume that that keypad would have its number, correct?
Are you actually saying that you don't understand that the gate controller and call box at the gate are connected to a phone line??
1) Visitor enters the directory code for the resident they want to visit.
2)The call box calls the resident using it's own phone line.
3) Resident answers the call and can converse with the visitor.
3) Resident dials #9 to open the gate.
Geeze! This ain't rocket surgery!
| | Re: SBX Door box EV607797 11/19/20 08:05 AM 1
You just put a DSS button on the phones for X115 where you want the door box to ring. That's all there is to it.
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