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No question here, just introducing myself.

Hello, I am new to the NEC product and am actually a data guy getting into telephony.  I am certified on the 3com NBX systems and am pursuing IPK and 2000 certs.  I think this could be a great place to learn and share about the NEC systems.  So far I havent been able to find any venues like this forum.  I look forward to participating.  


RE: Hello

Lesson number 1:
NEC commonly stands for "Never Enough Confusion"
Feel free to quote me on that
Good Luck

Jerry Pannell

RE: Hello

I have a bunch of 'em  as a do all tech with a water and power utillity, (component level trouble shooting to pouring concrete, well almost) phones are my favorite part of the job, probably because it's only 2 to 5 percent of the job, and I keep the swithrooms at 65 degrees....there are lots of things NEC stands for:   not even close, never ever correct, not enough cash, not engineered correctly, and lots more!!  I just heard about this forum this last week myself, thanks to a new patron of

 .....  Sara's Kitchen  ......

 Hope you see this message, I was front row left (your left) and learned a lot!! I like the 2kstuff also!!!!  Thanks for the tips!!!  R.

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