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How to get a backup from a remote system

How to get a backup from a remote system

How to get a backup from a remote system

(OP)
Hi all,

I have *zero* knowledge of Sopho's, but have the POMView app.

I know how to get details out of many, many other PABX's, but have never encountered a Sopho before.

Can someone (in simple steps) explain how I can;

1. Remotely access an iS3000
1a. What software I need (if any) and where I can download it.

2. How to get a 'project' file out of the Sopho back to my machine remotely
and
3. Will the POM view show me what's in there - I'm interested in Phones, Groups, Trunks and Route plans (mainly)

Alternatively, is it easier to just connect over a modem and run lots of scripts (as I have in the past for Nortels, Avaya's, BTeX's etc.)

Cheers,

Paul

RE: How to get a backup from a remote system

(OP)
PS... Happy to pay someone to help me out here!

RE: How to get a backup from a remote system

hi
SSW 810 (CPU3000)
(remote) access via telnet for management (if activated)
OR/PR.pom files are present inside the CPU disk accessible via FTP (user/password request)

SSW805 (CPU-MT) only via V24

but if you are not familiar with Sopho ...................

PS: Pomview APP it is only used to display data reading file .pom

RE: How to get a backup from a remote system

If you can't access the system to get the projecting files out of it (files called OR01.POM and PR01.POM) to use POMView on, then you are probably better off by just reading out the info you need via OM (Operational Maintenance) commands. With a few commands you should get what you want;
DIDNRC:000&&9999; [assuming you don't even know if extension numbers are 3 or 4 digit, takes some time...]
DIGRPA:000&&9999; [same principle, will give you the groups]
DIBNDL:0;
and
DIBNDL:1;
etc until you don't find any more info - will show the trunks if it's a small system with trunks assigned "from bottom"
"Route plans" (for any meaning of that) is more difficult, but you should see route numbers in the DIBNDL printouts and may issue DIROUTE-commands accordingly. This way you will not see what access code leads to which trunk, though.

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