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IPS DCON Command
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IPS DCON Command

IPS DCON Command

(OP)
Hi, does anyone know the DCON command (display connection)on the IPS system? I know it exist's as I have seen engineering use it but they are not too forthcoming.

Thanks

Jesse
PABX Sales and Service

RE: IPS DCON Command

I think this is listed in my manuals as an ozzie only command but you might want to try CMD E8 de (stn No) de

But I am not sure, it is listed in the older manuals as manual path connection but I am not sure if it displays the current connection or not. You might want to try it and if it doesn't work I'll see what else I can find out.

RE: IPS DCON Command

Ok gang lets put this one to bed.....


CM E8> ext:

This will show the Display of connection to another trunk or station

CM EC1> ext:

This shows if there is a phone connected to the len. This is good if you suspect a wiring issue.

E8 is NOT in any manual. NEC will usually not talk to you about this.

EC1 is in the Maint Manual and Command Manual.

Gary

http://www.gcti.com/contact.asp

RE: IPS DCON Command

(OP)
Thanks guys, command E8 does the trick.

Jesse
PABX Sales and Service

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