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MM 2.0 integration???

MM 2.0 integration???

MM 2.0 integration???

I have just installed a MM system via qsig integration with a Prologix. Everything except the MWI works. According to the config notes, the 2nd page of the station form has to be set in this manner LWC RECEPTION = SPE  and
MWI SERVED USER TYPE = QSIG-MWI.  however when I try this I get a message at the bottom of the screen that says this "This option is not supported when MWI Served User Type is non-blank" and the cursor moves back to LWC RECEPTION. I know this is the way it is supposed to be set up but no matter what I try I cannot get it to work.

RE: MM 2.0 integration???

i always set it to none in the LWC reception field.

Ken Means

"I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have."
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RE: MM 2.0 integration???

I will try it but the config notes explicitly state set it to SPE and qsig-mwi

In addition I was reading through the forum yesterday and found another thread that was the same issue I am having. Apparantly this is a known issue with Prologix. and according to the other thread you have to set LWC REPTION to SPE and leave MWI SERVED USER TYPE as BLANK. I will try it both ways. Thank you for your assistance.

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