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List all SL1 sets?

List all SL1 sets?

List all SL1 sets?

So using LD81 i can list out my TN's that are attached to phone sets.
LD 81
REQ lst
FEAT sets

But i have found a number of extensions whose type comes up as SL1 and they dont show up in this LST
Is there a way to list these TN's? If i type SL1 for FEAT it sez NO ACT SINCE NO DATE
I just wanna know how many of these i have, and where they are?
they seem to correspond to the number that rings if the primary is busy (ringover?)

Nortel Meridian1
Version 2511
Release 25
Issue 8

RE: List all SL1 sets?

You are seeing TYPE SL1 when you do a DNB?
That's just a holdover from the old days. The real type is in brackets under the TN.

RE: List all SL1 sets?

Sorry, just realized - if you have Meridian Mail then the channel TN's might show up as SL1 type.
Maybe just print your entire TNB and capture. You can use the conversion utility at ghtrout.net (thanks to firebirdscrambler) to see what you have.

RE: List all SL1 sets?

what are you trying to do? if you want to see what each TN is configured for you could just stat the card (LD20/32) L/S/C

Remember if it doesn't work hit it harder

Scott UK

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