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I'm rusty on the DSU II... I know I can program the line (delete) with hyperterminal, but how do I do it from the phone? Buttons 1-16 are lines... Not needed. Should be only 1-4 and then blanks. I tried intercom **1 but it gives me the error / busy tone.

I just wanted to make button 16 be all call or paging. Intercom 87 or 89.


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Try:

Program 56 for BUTTON MAPPING
04 for BLANK/AUTODIAL


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Originally Posted by Professor Shadow
Try:

Program 56 for BUTTON MAPPING
04 for BLANK/AUTODIAL

Oh ok, so it's part of the admin programming. Extension 10 or 12 if I remember? I'm pretty sure I've only ever done real programming from hyperterminal. I'll have to do some research.


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No worries. Let me know if that doesn't work and I will just chalk it up to User Error. laugh


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I used to program DSU's faster through the buttons than with a terminal emulator program. But I did it everyday. Now days not so much.


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To show you where I fall age wise... I'm quick doing the DX-80/120 over the phone. That's the system I cut my teeth on. The DXP and DSU were history class for me. The SBX was short lived IMO, and I never programmed it over the phone. Same for the Summit.


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To show you where I am age wise...a few years after starting in the industry I used the acoustic coupler on a TI Silent 700 for remote programming.

TI Silent 700 History

Yes, I also remember an Interconnect I worked for's password for Sprint Products Group BBS: WASHINGTON

Posting password in the open forum is a Forum violation however given:

  • The interconnect company has been out of business since 1990's
  • Sprint Products Group hasn't existed since 2003ish
  • BBS's haven't been around since 1995
  • No one but me knows the User Name

I feel it is okay to post the password.


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Ahh the Silent 700 and never ending need for 1 more roll of thermal paper.

Blast from the past.


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Ever use a yellow highlighter on thermal paper?


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Last three posts... The only thing I recognized was "thermal paper"🤣


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