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How to verify the type and version of my definity ?

How to verify the type and version of my definity ?

How to verify the type and version of my definity ?

(OP)
Hello, I'm trying to know in sure what type and version is my definity.

Any help will be useful.
Thanks in advance.
Conrado.

RE: How to verify the type and version of my definity ?

'list configuration software-versions'  should tell you about half way down the screen.

RE: How to verify the type and version of my definity ?

(OP)
Yeah!, thanks you very much! :)

RE: How to verify the type and version of my definity ?

Good Morning!

Another way to get this information is enter "newterm" on the command line (once you're logged into the PBX). You'll get a two-line message back that tells you the SYSTEM and SOFTWARE VERSION on the Definity.

It also allows you to select the terminal type. This is also helpful if your ASA is defaulted to 513 and you'd rather be 4410.

Good luck-WHCARon

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