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how do you remove a Rolm 9751 MOD70 node

how do you remove a Rolm 9751 MOD70 node

how do you remove a Rolm 9751 MOD70 node

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I have a 4 node Rolm Mod 70 9751. I have to remove Node 4 in the next few days.
Node four is connected via XDI, XDI to CPNRI, to CPNJ, to CPNI.
What commands do I use to tell configuration that NODE 4 is no longer needed in the topology of this PBX.

RE: how do you remove a Rolm 9751 MOD70 node

WOW mod 70 commands - I haven't used those since working on site at Columbia university back in the 90s' - not sure, have to dust off cobwebs ...

RE: how do you remove a Rolm 9751 MOD70 node

Some old Rolm guys over at this forum
forum965: Siemens: Hicom

RE: how do you remove a Rolm 9751 MOD70 node

Thanks sbcsu - I posted it in that forum

RE: how do you remove a Rolm 9751 MOD70 node

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Does anyone have a copy of Rolm 9751 CBX Model 70, Release 9005/9006 System Service Manuel SUPPLEMENT. I am told the information we may be looking for is this SUPPLEMENT, no identification no.

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