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Bye Bye ROLM 9751

Bye Bye ROLM 9751

Bye Bye ROLM 9751

Good afternoon all,

Our ROLM 9751 will be shut down this week.

I forgot the command to show all devices that are still plugged in.

I thought it was LI RP but that does not show me what device is plugged in or not.

I am just trying to run a report that will assist me in showing me any phones that we may have missed while transferring over to the new phone system.

I will have to probably look into my notes.

Thanks again all.

RE: Bye Bye ROLM 9751

I think you could enable the RP plug test - been a long time, maybe ENAble TEst RPV_Plug? (lower case letters may not be necessary) Then do TE RPV_P and see what ends up in the error table as unplugged. I'll bet there's still a lot of those 9751s running after your is shut down. It was a great system. I had an 8000 as recently as October 2015.

RE: Bye Bye ROLM 9751

keyset6 is correct unfortunately there is no test for Analog


RE: Bye Bye ROLM 9751

Thanks again.
I ran the TE RPV_P and was able to get 40 out of 46 phones that were hidden and still connected to the 9751.

Whatever is still connected will complain and call us when their phones don't work.

Thanks again.

RE: Bye Bye ROLM 9751

God luck with the cutover. When is that happening (or did it yet?)

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