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6X16, checking which port is free via maintenance

6X16, checking which port is free via maintenance

6X16, checking which port is free via maintenance

(OP)
Hello, it's been a while I've logged into a 6X16 but I have a system at a client's and I'm trying to remember if I can log into the system and check via maintenance which port is free, just like we do on a CICS and MICS. Does the 6X16 have the capability to look at the ports?

thanks

Sam

RE: 6X16, checking which port is free via maintenance

In the UK, the original Norstar Compact 6+16 systems didn't have a Maintenance area where you could stat the ports unlike the later Norstar Modular 8+24 ones which did allow you to check.

Firebird Scrambler

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

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RE: 6X16, checking which port is free via maintenance

(OP)
That's what I thought, thank you Firebird Scrambler & exsmogger.

Sam

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