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Re: SX 200 Transfer ? [Re: teleco] #627970 03/05/19 09:12 PM
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The cable to the modem has to be a null and the Baud for the serial ports need to be set to 9600.

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Re: SX 200 Transfer ? [Re: teleco] #627979 03/06/19 01:27 PM
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Yes I have, enough to get me in trouble. Is there a doc that shows the pin outs? My old laptop and cables got ripped, I'm on site, dialing into the modem to connect, I am connecting to the switch but not able to bring up the menu.

Re: SX 200 Transfer ? [Re: teleco] #627983 03/06/19 04:39 PM
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If you're on-site, why not just use the console to program? How are you connecting to the switch through the modem if you're not using a PC?

Re: SX 200 Transfer ? [Re: teleco] #627984 03/06/19 05:12 PM
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The cable to the modem has to be a null and the Baud for the serial ports need to be set to 9600.

No, the cable from the switch to the modem is straight through. 2-2, 3-3, 5-7. The cable to program the modem is a null modem cable.

Re: SX 200 Transfer ? [Re: teleco] #628928 04/08/19 01:35 PM
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I finally got in. Now that I am I don't understand the device interconnection table entry. Also what are the ranges for index numbers in form 31? Thanks..

Re: SX 200 Transfer ? [Re: teleco] #628935 04/08/19 05:05 PM
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Going to "Review" in form 31 will show you devices.

Re: SX 200 Transfer ? [Re: teleco] #629165 04/17/19 11:41 AM
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I"m sorry but I don"t understand what to do with form 30. Under review I see 01 sta/sets ,02 console, 03 loopstart, and a bunch of undefined. I have all he other forms programmed. How do I call forward a station to a speed dial bin?

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So form 30 just allows or disallows different connections between devices.
01-Stations/Sets
02-Console
03-Loop Start Trunks
04-Ground start trunks
05-DID/Tie Trunks
06-E&M Trunks
Its's a grid. Where 1 intersects 2 there should be an * asterisk. There should be asterisks from 01- all the way across. That just means Stations can connect to anything. But that's not important. Only 1 through 6, 2 through 6, 3 through 6, 4 through 6, 5 through 6, 6 through 6. All intersecting points should have an asterisk *. That's important to allow trunks to connect to each other on a call transferred off-site.
Now, assign in form 31, a speed dial bin with the number in the bin. Let's just use speed dial bin 20 as an example. Chose insert, 20, the speed call, then enter the number in the number field, including the "9".
Go to form 09 and choose your extension you want to be forwarding off-site. Choose "more", review, Call Fwd. Enter always, speed dial 20. Should work if you have already allowed trunk to trunk transfer and abbreviated dial access to all pertinent classes of services for trunks, console, and stations. Good Luck!

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Thanks you so much, westerntelephone, for your patience. Finally got it to work.

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Good to hear!!!

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