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BCM meets 1140E

BCM meets 1140E

BCM meets 1140E

(OP)
Hey -

New toy for the plant has arrived and is up and running on the BCM 3.7: a gently used 1140E. (along with the T7316s, T7406s, M7100s, M7310s, NORSTAR and various analog cludge...connected to this phone museum)

I've read all the old threads and just have a three-word question:

Blue Light Hack?

Bonus points: vxshell challenge answer, now that https://clientsig.forge.avaya.com/sign/home.php is a dead link?

RE: BCM meets 1140E

What are you trying to do or say?

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RE: BCM meets 1140E

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Turn on the blue light - surely there is some code to send to the phone to turn it on?

Access to vxshell when SSH'ing into the phone... it asks for an answer to a challenge, but the website listed is a dead link

RE: BCM meets 1140E

There is a control message to turn on/off the blue LED. Nevertheless, the controlling software on your BCM would have to send the message for the phone to accept it.

As far as I know, no BCM software ever implemented control of the blue LED. Due to that, I am afraid there is no way to "convince" any BCM to send the appropriate message.

RE: BCM meets 1140E

Turn it on for what is what I was wondering....just to look at?

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RE: BCM meets 1140E

Interestingly enough, the emetrotel system turns on the blue light if you are monitoring a different mailbox.....like the General Delivey, or any other mailbox. I know it doesn't help on this thread. Just an interesting tidbit.

RE: BCM meets 1140E

(OP)
Good question - It would be very useful for a lot of different things - I guess i was trying to see how it communicated and then go from there... First thing that come to mind is lighting up when on a call, or as an alarm for different functions ...

RE: BCM meets 1140E

I remember at my old job we were upgraded from an old key system (Nitsuko/TIE) to 1120E's. The red light behaved as a missed call and voicemail indicator. However, the blue light would light when on an active call--lights when the called party answers. Could a CS1000 control the blue light in this manner?

Sorry for the off-topic, just wondering.

Thanks.

RE: BCM meets 1140E

Light up when the cops are approaching your door.

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RE: BCM meets 1140E

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As long as its not the ...

....PHONE COPS LOL

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