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Philips/NEC is3000 - Run scripts automatically

Philips/NEC is3000 - Run scripts automatically

Philips/NEC is3000 - Run scripts automatically


I have an is3000 PBX system and I am building some asset management software.  Here is what I need to do:

1) Build scripts for OM Terminal (this is done).
2) Transfer and run scripts automatically.

Can anyone suggest a way to do this?  I'm writing this application in C# if that is of any help.  Pretty stuck on this one at the moment, I've been trying to telnet into the PBX but I can't get a response from the server one I type in a command but it does appear to connect.


RE: Philips/NEC is3000 - Run scripts automatically

Hi CircularSaw,

I think you have a charcter port and logs on whith ^k( CTRLk ) or ^g ( CTRLg ),
you get no answer?, and no Prompt <?
You must see the same VDU information, like on your OM PC.
All Answers of PBX are numerical, because you don't have a interpreter.
Good luck



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