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S8700 Rmats outcalling

S8700 Rmats outcalling

S8700 Rmats outcalling


Good day all, sadly I needed to change maintenance providers, and need to remove my old vendors outcalling information off of the alarm reporting.
I know in the G3, you simply go to "system parameters maintenance" to insert what numbers you want to alert in the event of an alarm.

Not sure where I need to go to make this change in the S8700.
Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.


RE: S8700 Rmats outcalling

if you've got linux permissions, do a dhelp. the inads commands are the ones that can configure that.

Or, grab the analog line out of the modem, plug it in a analog set port in your PBX and ARS digit conversion it to wherever you'd like to go:)

RE: S8700 Rmats outcalling

CLI Linux:

almcall -f 18003453293
almcall -f 918003453293
almenable -d f
almnotif -r y (restart notification)
almnotif -r n (restart notification, set to n for LSP and ESS)
almnotif -c y (clear alarm notification)

dhelp almcall
dhelp almenable
dhelp almnotif
dhelp almsnmpconf

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RE: S8700 Rmats outcalling

Thank you both. I'll give it a try.
BSH, unfortunately I have to disconnect you guys from our outcalling. Frustrating, it was always great chatting and learning from you.
All the best, thank you both for the response.

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