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nation code change

nation code change

nation code change

(OP)
Do you necesaarily lose your database whe you do a nation code change on Ip ldk 100 & 300. Executive Secretery program function works better on Korea and Indian version i am using South Africa Version which needs the boss to stay on DND for all the calls to be directd to the secretery.

Dial Tone shoul be There

RE: nation code change

If you change the nation code, your database is lost.
So, you need to write all your settings down, and re-enter in the new database with the new nation code.

Yes: Dial Tone shoul be There !!


 

///doktor

RE: nation code change

(OP)
Ok this is what i did i opened dip switch 8 on ipldk100 and changed the nation code, saved the database under the new nation code, defaulted the system and reloaded the new database. On the second Pabx ipldk300 i just changed the nation code closed the swicth and restarted the system, its working on the new nation code with all the features but the ipldk 24 /nexer the trick does not work .

Dial Tone shoul be There

RE: nation code change

Nice trick to know..winky smile)
You are right. It did not with Nexer and GDK-system!

///doktor

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