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Connecting to Devices

How to connect a laptop or computer to NAM, Startalk CAN / Mini / Flash, SMDR, & RAD by mikescience
Posted: 18 Mar 03 (Edited 28 Oct 14)

Connecting Laptop to NAM 3.0 & 4.0

+Connect one end of Null Modem DB9 serial cable to com port on laptop, the other end to port B on NAM.
+On laptop add new modem (start>control panel>modems). Click ADD. Select ôI will choose modem from listö option. Then click HAVE DISK. Browse to find nvm2ppp.inf driver. This can be found on CD-ROM that comes with NAM. Then highlight com port on pc, usually COM1 or COM2. Click NEXT, then FINISH.
+Add dial up connection (start>accessories>dial up networking). Click on MAKE NEW CONNECTION. Type in name, NAM serial connection. On select device tab, select direct serial connection. Click CONFIGURE. On the Connection tab make ôCancel call if not connected within :ö to 0 sec. Click OK, NEXT. Type in 1 in the telephone # field. Click FINISH. Drag icon to desktop.
+Install Norstar Voicemail Manger on laptop.
+Double click on Dial up Connection icon. Username is namaccess. Password is log2nam.
+Start Norstar Voicemail Manager program. Use the f983 password as the password to log in. (1020000 or the like)


Connecting Laptop to NAM 2.x

+Connect one end of Null Modem DB9 serial cable to com port on laptop, the other end to port A on NAM.
+On laptop add new HyperTerminal connection (start > accessories > Communications >HyperTerminal)
+Choose ôdirect to comö and Settings:9600 baud, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit, none parity.
+Once Hyperterm is connected, press Return.
+The password is: admin. <Return> Y <Return>.
+Then select 1 for Application Administration.
+Then select 2 for Norstar.
+The password is: sysmgr


Connecting Laptop to Startalk CAN (A,B,C) & MINI

+Connect one end of Straight Through DB9 serial cable to laptop, connect DB25 to com port on Startalk CAN.
+On laptop add new HyperTerminal connection (start > accessories > Communications >HyperTerminal)
+Choose ôdirect to comö and Settings:300 baud, 7 data bits, 1 stop bit , even parity.
+Open connection, and press ENTER.
+The screen should display ôpassword:ö, type in SYSMGR.




Connecting Laptop to Startalk Flash

+Connect one end of Straight Through DB9 serial cable to laptop, connect DB25 to com port on Startalk Flash.
+On laptop add new HyperTerminal connection (start > accessories > Communications >HyperTerminal)
+Choose ôdirect to comö and Settings:1200 baud, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit , no parity.
+Open connection, and press ENTER.
+The screen should display ôpassword:ö, type in SYSMGR.




Connecting Laptop to SMDR

+Connect one end of Straight Through DB9 serial cable to laptop, connect DB25 to com port on SMDR.
+On laptop add new HyperTerminal connection (start > accessories > Communications >HyperTerminal)
+Choose ôdirect to comö and Settings:1200 baud, 8 data bits, 1 stop bit , no parity.
+Under SMDR Admin(F9*2) all calls, incoming, outgoing, or access codes will display in real time after the call is made.



Connecting Laptop to Remote Access Device

+Connect one end of Straight Through DB9 serial cable to laptop, connect the other end to RAD com port.
+Use Norstar Remote Utilities to connect to RAD.




Mike Science
mikeb@choicetelecom.net

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