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Directory command: Display and no display

Directory command: Display and no display

Directory command: Display and no display

I know there's a directory command in ld 117 that identifies how many digital sets(eg, M2616 and M2008 telsets) that have been configured, as well as the telset part number, but was wondering if there's a directory command that identifies/inventories how many these digital sets have a lcd display, as well as ones without display?  Any info on this would be much appreciated.


RE: Directory command: Display and no display

I believe what you're looking for is actually in LD 81.

LD 81

FEAT    CUST         TOTAL   SL1    500   2500   4020   3000   2000

SETS     00                CNT      7      4      0      2      0      0      1
It should come out looking something like that.  You can also specify SET type (2000, 2008, 2616, 3000, 3904, 3903, 3902, 500, SL1 etc)  

LD 81 also has a LST (list) command.  It's entered the same way as CNT using the same set of responses to FEAT.

If you're truly looking for the LD 117 response, I believe you can generate a list (inventory) of sets by using the following:

LD 117

Upon getting the inventory generation complete message:


You can also use: => INV GENERATE CARDS and =>INV PRT CARDS to get an inventory of all the cards in your switch.

Hope that helps!

RE: Directory command: Display and no display

I'm sorry, I don't read too well in the morning hours.  What you can do is run a search in LD 81 and instead of using FEAT SETS, use FEAT CNDA or FEAT DNDA or something pertaining to the use of displays.  You can do a CNT to find out how many sets have any specific class of service (or a combination of classes of service) and use LST to get their TNs.  You could also put in one entry for FEAT as a set type (e.g. 2616) and another as the display class of service.

Again, sorry about the long-winded first post.  Can anybody tell me how to remove my posts which I put up in error?


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