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NEAXMail AD-64 to NEAX ICS 2400 PBX

NEAXMail AD-64 to NEAX ICS 2400 PBX

NEAXMail AD-64 to NEAX ICS 2400 PBX

Hi Everyone, I replaced the bad Repartee with a NEAXMail AD-64 connecting to A NEAX ICS 2400 PBX, The VM is programmed and up and running but doesn't answer when called, the lines are tested and connected to the diologic boards via 36 pin cable to AMP connectors to the block, All I get is a ring no answer when I call it, I know they punch down weird, I beleive it starts on the W/O pair block pins 2/27, then skips a pair and so on down the line, the AD-64 was working on a 2000 IVS for a short while, then removed, defaulted the AD-64 system and programmed for the NEAX 2400, It will not work, I'm at my witt's end, I have tried everything, what am I missing frown Please HELP!

RE: NEAXMail AD-64 to NEAX ICS 2400 PBX

And this is somehow related to Java?


RE: NEAXMail AD-64 to NEAX ICS 2400 PBX

Sorry, First time newbie, Threaded the wrong forum :(

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