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Can a M3904 set read or access the system directory? i mean the one in LD95

Can a M3904 set read or access the system directory? i mean the one in LD95

Can a M3904 set read or access the system directory? i mean the one in LD95

(OP)

Hello
We are trying out an M3904 set on our Meridien 1000.
Reading this awesome forum, it seems i would have to build a phone to add it to the system correctly. We have just plugged it in, and it works, but we want MORE!!!
We would like to see if the system directory (LD95) can be accessed from the phone for people looking up numbers. (Search for the number on the phone's display rather than a printout)
Is that possible? I want to know before i take on the task of building the phone.

Thank You

Nortel Meridian1
Version 2511
Release 25
Issue 8

RE: Can a M3904 set read or access the system directory? i mean the one in LD95

You need to Implement Corporate Directory for it to work

RE: Can a M3904 set read or access the system directory? i mean the one in LD95

This is done by Telephony Manager if you have it or most recently with the new software it is done through System Manager. If you don't have either then you cant implement the feature

RE: Can a M3904 set read or access the system directory? i mean the one in LD95

(OP)
Thank You!

Nortel Meridian1
Version 2511
Release 25
Issue 8

RE: Can a M3904 set read or access the system directory? i mean the one in LD95

If youre System running rel 25 you must upload via rx protokoll over Rs232 serial
Use x-modem crc checking
hold CTRL and enter pdt
username and password
change to u\db
enter ll
rename exist CorpDir
enter rx corpdir000.csv ( recommend name of file
enter command of your Terminalporgramm for download corp directory
After download enter INIT_CORP_DIR (exactly as i wrote )

RE: Can a M3904 set read or access the system directory? i mean the one in LD95

I am trying to receive the corp dir file via pdt while connected to the PBX via putty over rLogin.
When I use the rx command, it says it is ready to receive then times out.

pdt> rx cpdir0.csv
File cpdir0.csv exists, overwrite it? y
Ready to receive...
CCCCCCCCCCC
Too many receive timeouts

total packets : 0
number of retries : 0
receive timeouts : 12
system errors : 0
unknown characters : 0
transfer cancelled : 0
packets received out of sequence : 0
packets with corrupted sequence : 0
packets failed checksum/crc check : 0
incomplete packets : 0
duplicate packets : 0
pdt>


I have the new file at the root of my c: drive
What directory does the rx command want to receive the file from?
Thanks.

RE: Can a M3904 set read or access the system directory? i mean the one in LD95

(OP)
Thanx Again. y'all do rock!!!

Nortel Meridian1
Version 2511
Release 25
Issue 8

RE: Can a M3904 set read or access the system directory? i mean the one in LD95

I would be really careful in PDT if you don't know what you are doing

RE: Can a M3904 set read or access the system directory? i mean the one in LD95

(OP)
Firebird et al,
PDT will not load for me. it seems to be a different password then the admin/logi.
Did a search here for PDT and it seems like it would be similar to using C4 to open a sticky closet door! surprise
Isnt there a Load for uploading a directory? like how you upload a patch?
I just am not comfortable using that kind of "backdoor" programming.
Thanx again!

Nortel Meridian1
Version 2511
Release 25
Issue 8

RE: Can a M3904 set read or access the system directory? i mean the one in LD95

Yes, there is a PDT password that is not the admin password

RE: Can a M3904 set read or access the system directory? i mean the one in LD95

We don't give out passwords on this forum.

Firebird Scrambler

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

Website = http://somertel.com
linkedin

RE: Can a M3904 set read or access the system directory? i mean the one in LD95

(OP)
KCFLHRC and FirebirdScrambler:
Yes! And thats Good!

Soooo, other than Telephony Manager, System Manager, PDT, or entering it by hand on each set there is no other way to do this?
Then that as they say is that!
Thnax again for all your helps!

GUIs

Nortel Meridian1
Version 2511
Release 25
Issue 8

RE: Can a M3904 set read or access the system directory? i mean the one in LD95

If your machine runs on release 25.11, you just have the way over pdt.
This is official and nothing illegal. However, you need the pdt password
for this.

RE: Can a M3904 set read or access the system directory? i mean the one in LD95

(OP)
AvayaHE,
I am sorry. my metaphor was incorrect. yeah c4 is illegal, but i meant that it was overkill.
(a better analogy would have been using a bulldozer)
no matter how you say it PDT is way over my paygrade!
Thank You!

Nortel Meridian1
Version 2511
Release 25
Issue 8

RE: Can a M3904 set read or access the system directory? i mean the one in LD95

Your best bet is to contact someone who knows the procedure.

Firebird Scrambler

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

Website = http://somertel.com
linkedin

RE: Can a M3904 set read or access the system directory? i mean the one in LD95

(OP)
yes! Good Idea!
We have a vendor we use to use for everything until i came along.
I will have to see if the chiefs want to pay!

Nortel Meridian1
Version 2511
Release 25
Issue 8

RE: Can a M3904 set read or access the system directory? i mean the one in LD95

You gotta pay to play dazed

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