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StarTalk woes

StarTalk woes

StarTalk woes

Geez, I'm in a bind (never heard that one before, eh?). I've got a hand-me-down system here, and I need help setting up a StarTalk.

Not being a PBX guy by trade, you'll have to bear with me.

I've got a modular DR5 (I think) - model designator is DS, model number is NT5B01FD-93 (no other designators other than the usual serial numbers/FCC disclaimers). This box works fine, and I've stomped around in it enough to be able to configure it. I've actually got the coordinator and installation manuals for it. My problem is that I was recently given a StarTalk box - no ideal which version, model number is NT8B70DH-93, V1.1, SW 1.6. My immediate concern is basically which DN ports to hook to (I'm assuming it interfaces at the block as if it were a phone terminal). It's got two line ports. Assuming I can get that information (which, of course, is not in the DR5 manual), I would then need a configuration manual, as the only book I have on it is the StarTalk Reference Guide.

I have the reset code for the default password, a metal box that claims to be made in Canada, and a boss who's wondering how it could be so hard to plug in a voicemail box...

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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