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Connecting into Meridian 1 CS1000 option 11c

Connecting into Meridian 1 CS1000 option 11c

(OP)
The year is 2017 and I've been using a hand me down laptop that runs on windows xp. My predecessor has told me that since windows 7/vista etc hyperterminal isn't available. I know that you can extract the files and such, but I'm going to be given a new laptop with windows 10 soon and I would like to know what are the best/easiest/most preferred way to connect into a pbx. I'm still learning as much as I can about programming and I've attempted to use putty but the setup and configuration is beyond my level of understanding.
I need a broken down simple -
-what program works best
-what settings to apply

Thank you wonderful smarter ppl out there in the world wide web.

RE: Connecting into Meridian 1 CS1000 option 11c

Use secureCRT software. Setting it to Rlogin and connecting on pbx IP.If using serial port then select Serial option. You can take guidance from the last reply from the link given below..

http://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=1758244

RE: Connecting into Meridian 1 CS1000 option 11c

I use Procomm Plus and ZOC on Windows 10.

Firebird Scrambler

Nortel & Avaya Meridian 1 / Succession & BCM / Norstar Programmer

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RE: Connecting into Meridian 1 CS1000 option 11c

I use ZOC good as most connection types SSH,RLOGIN,Serial etc available and get your self a USB serial cable. Also I like the REXX script used on ZOC.

RE: Connecting into Meridian 1 CS1000 option 11c

(OP)
Hey guys

Will the trial versions suffice? I've purchased a usb serial adapter already and its been working fine. I really like the simplicity of hyperterminal where i just need to select the com port and the speed to 9600 and I'm in.

RE: Connecting into Meridian 1 CS1000 option 11c

Use whatever you are happy with. For experienced engineers, the use of scripts to make mass changes can only be done with certain tools. The trial version of ZOC is good to try.

Firebird Scrambler

Nortel & Avaya Meridian 1 / Succession & BCM / Norstar Programmer

Website = http://somertel.com
linkedin

RE: Connecting into Meridian 1 CS1000 option 11c

If you want Free with no scripting then PUTTY is alright

RE: Connecting into Meridian 1 CS1000 option 11c

I use putty.

Marv ccna

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