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Model 103G4 = 308R3?

Model 103G4 = 308R3?

I came accross a Lucent Partner ACS Model 103G4. From poking around on the web, I have determined that I have an ACS 308 R3 sitting in front of me. Can some one verify this?

From reading through some of the other threads I understand this to be the Processor as it is not a 308EC. As the E stands for expansion module and the C stands for caller id capable.

So my question is can the ACS 308, operating stand alone,
provide caller id?

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance.

RE: Model 103G4 = 308R3?

If the unit you have contains card slots, and paging and MOH inputs, you do have a processor.  All ACS processors provide caller ID capability.  You can verify the software version by pressing Feature 59 from any display phone connected to the ACS.

Brian Cox
J & J Communications

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