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CS1000 Wireless set options

CS1000 Wireless set options

CS1000 Wireless set options

(OP)
Is the companion system able to be used on the CS1000 or was that just on the older SSC based M1s? If they are what all is involved, I've seen the card and the base stations come up but is there a separate controller I need to find, or is the card the controller?
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RE: CS1000 Wireless set options

I recall that the Companion extensions were the "500" type but the next prompt was wireless that you selected as "YES".

CLS = CNDA etc.

I'm not sure if the keycodes needed Wireless sets added in.

The later DECT cards were used but I can't remember is Companion was still supported.

Firebird Scrambler

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RE: CS1000 Wireless set options

(OP)
Went into LD 10 and I do see a wireless keycode line.. So I guess I'm SOL with Nortel wireless sets. Unless there's a way to get keycode upgrades nowadays.

RE: CS1000 Wireless set options

(OP)
I've used up my 1 IP set allotment as well so the Nortel WLAN stuff is off the table as well.. Shame

RE: CS1000 Wireless set options

There is a company I know who can do Keycodes for you.

They can also supply gold dongles.

PM me via the link.

Firebird Scrambler

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

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