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SBX modem access / programming
#528184 10/02/11 06:06 PM
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Have cust which I want to have remote access thru a modem. Have not been able to find how to set it up. I'm used to the STSe remote stuff. Can anyone point me in the right direction. I just want to be able to dial in & program from home.

Thanks in advance David

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#528185 10/03/11 12:23 PM
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Go to pgm 170 and assign a line to the modem. That is the only way i have been able to get it to answer changing ring modes or transferring to ext 131 does not seem to work. I just set an ip address on the sbx and forward port 5103 to the address of the sbx and it works really well.Even if the customer has a dynamic ip you can get them to goto ipchicken to see what address they have and use it. Hope that helps.

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#528186 10/03/11 04:59 PM
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The modem is x147 by default


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That is a bit odd for a system that hosts 48 (max) station ports. With it starting at 100, do I dare ask what happens to the number for the 48th station port? Does it skip to 148? I am guessing that it becomes 613594 X 3.12^3.

Would the code of 499 have been too difficult to maintain? Just asking.


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#528188 10/03/11 06:25 PM
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Originally posted by EV607797:
Would the code of 499 have been too difficult to maintain? Just asking.
Sure, LG could have rewritten the code to conform with Vodavi's code. Or, you can learn to dial 147. laugh

The modem takes one of the extensions away from the system. So, if you have a modem, you can only have 47 extensions.

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#528189 10/03/11 08:24 PM
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I'm assumming that 147 is like 499 was with the STS. My cust will only have 16 station ports 100-115. Is this correct?

David

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#528190 10/03/11 10:15 PM
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Kinda, With the STS you didn't lose a port from your digital card. So your proposal to the customer for the SBX would be something like, the KSU will handle 47 extensions instead of 48 with STS.

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You can change the modem extension number. If you truly need 48 extensions, you can forgo the modem and use IP for programming.


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