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How to best present BCM50 issue to the forum?

How to best present BCM50 issue to the forum?

How to best present BCM50 issue to the forum?

I'm an IT manager who knows very little about telephone systems. Before I post a question what will the collective mind want to know about my particular system?
The BCM50 is 200 miles away but I can access it via Element Manager. I'm assuming Model, System Name, System software version at the least, correct? Are Keycodes relevant?

Just thought I'd try to prevent the "40 questions syndrome" if I can.

Thank you!

Trey Harris

RE: How to best present BCM50 issue to the forum?

Hello Trey

The fact that you can access it is probably the most important part. Just fire away with any questions and we will try and help where we can. Please allow for late replies on this forum as we all do this for free and we are all around the globe.

Firebird Scrambler

Nortel & Avaya Meridian 1 / Succession & BCM / Norstar Programmer

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RE: How to best present BCM50 issue to the forum?

When posting here are some tips...

Model and Rls # is always a good start:
BCM50 Rls 6

Always reply when asked a question
Always close out the thread and not leave us hanging be it resolved (and how) or not
Always mention what you have tried to resolve your issue

We do not need key code list


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RE: How to best present BCM50 issue to the forum?

Thank you both. I'll post my real question in a new thread.

Trey Harris

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