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Programming my DBS 576 HD

Programming my DBS 576 HD

Programming my DBS 576 HD

Okay, I was around when this system was going up and we had a guy in the office that used to do phone systems.  So he set up our system.  I saw him use this tool to program the thing and now that he's gone we need to make some changes.  I'm reading the manual and there is mention of the PC Customized tool which is a proprietary piece of software.  I can't seem to find it any where... where can I get this software?  Or if not that software, how else can I program the phone? is there a way to do it with a telnet session?

Many thanks,

If the sky is blue and the Sun is yellow....  Why isn't the air Green?

RE: Programming my DBS 576 HD

Matt Wray, that thread is for the wrong system. AdiMasher has a DBS system, which you can program through a keyset (ususally x100, but you can program through any displayphone with the satellite code). AdiMasher, try to find the manual, it will be easier to find than the PC program. Try the Panasonic website first.

RE: Programming my DBS 576 HD

The software will do you no good without a dongle that must be obtained via a cert. dealer.  

I strongly suggest consulting with a dealer rather than going it alone.  Even with the manual you may be left scratching your head alot.

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