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NCP 500 Operating System / PBMPR / C programming

NCP 500 Operating System / PBMPR / C programming

NCP 500 Operating System / PBMPR / C programming

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Hey-

I'm looking for tools/utilities/information on the underlying operating system files and structure of the NCP 500 (or any other Panasonic PBX as a starting point). I'm specifically wondering if there are any other tools available for programming or accessing internal debug information other than the management console that you can access serially and through network/usb.

After some cursory analysis of the "boot" file on the SD card (PBMPR) I found several references to a "P:/" drive and ".c" files -- which leads me to believe that one may be able to access system programming information.

Any information or insight anyone can offer is much appreciated. I'm mainly interested in introducing some "value added" applications.

RE: NCP 500 Operating System / PBMPR / C programming

Such tools are absent. There is a possibility to operate PBX through telnet if you know management commands. There is a possibility to program PBX directly in HEX codes if you know structure of a file of a configuration. But this information is inaccessible to the extraneous user.

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