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SL-100 vs DMS-100

SL-100 vs DMS-100

SL-100 vs DMS-100

Hello all, I have had about 14 years experience working in a DMS-100 environment. I have seen some jobs lately that reference the SL-100 as being like the DMS-100. How different are they? With my time in the DMS, would it be easy to pick up the SL? Is the command line similar? Any information you can give me would be a great help.

RE: SL-100 vs DMS-100

I suspect it's the NEC SL-1000 or SL-1100 and a typo.

RE: SL-100 vs DMS-100

The SL-1 is a client site PBX based on the central office DMS-100.

Names/versions over the years:
SL-1 (SL-100)
Meridian 1 - Option 11C (and a few more Option models)
CS1000 (and some)
Succession (current)

So my thinking is it would be pretty much the same.

Look for Input/Output crash course heading for some programming examples here

The full forum is here

I have only done some small changes on those systems over the years so do not know much more than that.


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