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SMDR reading by application

SMDR reading by application

SMDR reading by application

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Hi All!

What is the method of the SMDR records reading? I would like read and store the SMDR records from a Panasonic KX-TD1232 telephone system. How do i it? Are anywhere on the web an example for it?

Could anyone help me?

Thanks,
Peter

RE: SMDR reading by application

Hook up to the com port of the unit.  Use a utility tool like Hyperterm or anyother type application.   
The default settings are Baud rate 9600, Data bits 8, parity none, stop bits 1, flow control none.  

wait about 10 seconds and away you go.  If you don't have the SMDR turned on e-mail me and I e-mail you the instructions on how to complete that leg of the project, but I believe you'll be ok out of the box.  

ddoran@isttinc.com

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