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CS2100 Phones

CS2100 Phones

CS2100 Phones

Is there a way to export all CS2100 phones and its configured DN's? Ideally this would look similar to a simple qlen output and would be in CSV or Excel format.

Thanks for the assistance,


RE: CS2100 Phones

CS2100 is a carrier grade switch and bears no resemblance to a CS1000.

RE: CS2100 Phones

Thanks gwebster. I didn't know that. I guess that there aren't many of them in service?.

Firebird Scrambler

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

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RE: CS2100 Phones

CS2100 was targeted at very large enterprises and was based on the carrier CS2000. They evolved from the SL-100 / DMS-100 respectively. The CS2100 was primarily sold in the US.

RE: CS2100 Phones

Thanks gwebster and Firebird. Unfortunately, to gwebsters' point, there is a huge difference between the two. Finding what I am looking for has not been successful. If I do, I will definitely pass it along.


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