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NEC SL2100 Changing Mode Remotely

NEC SL2100 Changing Mode Remotely

NEC SL2100 Changing Mode Remotely

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Is there a way to change modes remotely? User has 3 modes: Day, Night, Weather.

RE: NEC SL2100 Changing Mode Remotely

I have done it using the InMail. Set up a dial action table with options;
EX: 1 trf to - 7181 = day
2 trf to - 7182 = mode 2 (night)
3 trf to - 7183 = mode 3 (weather)
In your main option table use an unused digit EX: 5 to go to another routing table using the dial action table set up for mode switching.
Keep it without any prompts so only those who need to know can use it.
When you dial into the main InMail, dial the digit to go to the new dial action table, then dial the digit to change the mode you will get an error or trf prompt, disregard it.
test, test, test.

RE: NEC SL2100 Changing Mode Remotely

Don't forget to enable 20-07-01 for the COS of the Inmail ports...

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