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SLM, SLL, RLM, etc

SLM, SLL, RLM, etc

SLM, SLL, RLM, etc

Does anyone know of a definitive list available for MCK/Citel units that associates the 3 letter designation in the model number with the phone system for which it is intended?  I have searched Citel support and the net and can't seem to locate one.

RE: SLM, SLL, RLM, etc

In all of the MCK units I have dealt with, you download the flash needed for your telephone system and flash the unit with it. We have changed telephone systems just by flashing.  

RE: SLM, SLL, RLM, etc

I can identify any models for you.

The first letter identifies if it is a switch/gateway (S) unit or (R) remote/extender unit.

The second letter ids the PBX the unit is intended for ie L=Lucent, N=Nortel, U=Universal etc.

The third letter ids the OEM or lack of. L=avaya/Lucent branded unit, M=MCK/Citel unit

Let me know if you have other units needing identification.

RE: SLM, SLL, RLM, etc

Thanks a lot rship72. This is the info I was looking for.

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