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Testing a new location

Testing a new location

Testing a new location

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We just bought a new building, and as i look at the wiring, it has two sets of punchdown blocks.  One isn't hooked up to anything, and the second is hooked up to an old NEC phone system.  We are going to be installing our own Norstar system when we move next month, but i'd like to be able to test the lines to make sure that we have working lines where we need them and not just dead jacks.  However, we won't have phone service there for a month.  Is there a good way to test these phone lines?

RE: Testing a new location

for simple id of cables us a wand and toner any brand will do...

Pat Guido
NEXTIRAONE
Pat.guido@nextiraone.com

Formerly Nextira, formerly Williams Communications, formerly Wiltel, formerly Nortel networks, formerly Northern Telecom, formerly, Nynex meridian systems formerly Northern Telecom.

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