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Weren't both of these supposed to be added? How did they get run off track? Am I right that neither is compatible in DXP thru MP5?

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I can only answer for QSIG which was dropped because you could not use Comdial networking and QSIG simultaneously. If you had several Comdial switches networked and you wanted to add a different product ALL Comdial switches had to drop to QSIG. I don't think it was ever used by anybody. The last PMD that I wrote was for Rel. 17 common code. It was released after I left and is very different than what I had written in the PMD. Rev. 15 was the last release that I think was any good. It would have been the best if I could have gotten the increase in ARS entries in that release.

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What does PMD stand for?

Oh, throw the DX80 board in with the list of dropped concepts.

One other I'm trying to remember. A serial board, or something...not a COM board, but one that was released, was in the price book back in the FXT/FXS days, but I never really learned what the heck it was for. Does anyone know what I'm trying to think of?

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PMD=Product Marketing Description.
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I'm on the road, so I can't get on Shoutbox.

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Originally posted by 5years&counting:
One other I'm trying to remember. A serial board, or something...not a COM board, but one that was released, was in the price book back in the FXT/FXS days, but I never really learned what the heck it was for. Does anyone know what I'm trying to think of?
I believe it was the SC Bus board that I was trying to think of. What the heck was that used for anyway?


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