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Is there a way to use a PC to program iS3000?

Is there a way to use a PC to program iS3000?

Is there a way to use a PC to program iS3000?

Hi All.
I am totally new to this system and I would like to know if there is any way to program it by using a PC vs. a console.
It looks like an old system, here is what I found on the label:
3522 203 21350

RE: Is there a way to use a PC to program iS3000?

How do you want to connect to the PBX.
In general you can connect to an iS3000:

Via IP or V24.
If it's IP you can telnet to it.
If its V24 you can use hyperterminal.
By default the maintenance port on the PBX uses the BCS prototocol. It's a proprietary protocol. So the port needs to be configured for text based communication if you want to use windows hyperterminal.
The official way is the use an OM-terminal. It commes with the management software and is licensed.

RE: Is there a way to use a PC to program iS3000?

Thank you so much for your help.
I will be calling our supplier in Netherlands and I will asked them about it.

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