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Does anyone happen to know where I can get a programming cable? The one place I found online doesn't have it anymore. If anyone knows how to make one that would be helpful as well.

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Have you tried Internet searching "Mitel 3000 programming cable pinout"?

If you haven't thrown your old cable away you can use it as a guide for making a new one.


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Yes, I have attempted the search for the pinout. Have been unsuccessful in that. I have not had an old cable so I don't have that to go off of.

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Does this look correct?

Connecting a PC or Printer to the Serial Port

A six-foot cord with a four-way RJ11 plug on one end and a six-way RJ plug on the other is provided. An RJ-toDB9 adapter is also provided.
Connect the cord to the four-way RJ11 connector on the CCU.
Connect to the PC using either the six-way RJ plug or the cord and DB9 converter as required.
The pinouts from the RS 232 interface of the DB9 to the RJ11 are:

DB-9 6P4C mod end
2---------------------4
3---------------------3
5---------------------1

Page 43 from here: http://www.voipinfo.net/docs/mitel/...l%20Mitel%203000_Rev1_LR2734_06201_1.pdf

Looking at various images for "Mitel 3000 programming cable" it appears this may be it.

Be forewarned: I know NOTHING about Mitel, but I now how to "Google".
Also on page 117 shows the connection settings: Serial Port 8 bit, no parity, 1 stop bit speed programmable 115k2


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Thanks Professor Shadow. I missed that in the manual. I read that thing about 30 times. I will give it a shot and see what happens.

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No smoke, no fire, no fizzle or sizzle. I say that it was a success! smiley-bounce

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