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NEC Elite 192 SAT Login Question

NEC Elite 192 SAT Login Question

NEC Elite 192 SAT Login Question


I've searched the posts for logging in to my box using the end-user SAT and a DB9 connector, but didn't see an answer to this question.  I'm not sure if the reason I can't connect is the cable or that I am using a bad password.  I have SAT v5 and am using a standard DB9 cable with a female to female adapter to connect into the card in my box from the serial port out of my laptop (a standard cable doesn't have two female ends).  I'm using the standard 10bits 8d/Np/1s config, and have tried passwords of PASSWORD, password, NEC, nec, and 632.  Any thoughts?



RE: NEC Elite 192 SAT Login Question

The default password for the SAT software is "password".  However, you should be connecting to a db25 on the side of the cabinet not a db9.  It sounds like you are connecting to the voice mail system.  They each have their own admin program.

RE: NEC Elite 192 SAT Login Question

AHA.  That helps.  I'll try to connect to the box using the DB25 on the side shortly .  However, to connect to the VM, what admin program do I use if not the SAT?  

RE: NEC Elite 192 SAT Login Question

uick quesitons- DB25 to DB 25? or DB9 from laptop to DB25 on box?

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