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1232 and 308

1232 and 308

1232 and 308

(OP)
hi,
Are log format of kxt 308 and 1232 same?
I have coded an app for 308 boxes and it works perfect.now I want know 1232  RAW text log are same as 308?
and what is schematic for 1232 PC=PBX cable(pinouts).
Thanks

RE: 1232 and 308

kxt 308 has no smdr port!

RE: 1232 and 308

(OP)
I was asking about log for call accounting.
Difrences:incomeing call on 308:< income>
on 1232 <I> also 1232 registers incoming calls ring duration.
any way, thank you

RE: 1232 and 308

(OP)
I was mean call log via RS232 PORT not SMDR port.
I found what i need but i am trouble with KXTDA200 know!
I cant get log form RS232 port any way

RE: 1232 and 308

yeah kx-t 308 has no rs 232 port

RE: 1232 and 308

(OP)
Are you kidding?
My PBX in office is 308 and i am using my own call accounting program on it via RS 232 port.
I was asking for difference betwwen 308 and 1232 because i have no 1232 pbx here to test log format.but i found one and i tested.they are same,but 1232 print out incomeing calls ringing duration too!

RE: 1232 and 308

yeah its a kx-td 308 right !! The orig kxt 30810-3 does not have a Serial plug!!

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