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DBS 576HD Inband Codes for VM integration

DBS 576HD Inband Codes for VM integration

DBS 576HD Inband Codes for VM integration

I am attempting to integrate a KX-TVS95 with a DBS 576HD.
As I understand it, I need to set up the inband codes so the systems can understand each other. (busy, no answer, etc . . .)

Anyone know these or where I can find them?
I have an installation manual and feature guide for the DBS system but they are not helpful.


RE: DBS 576HD Inband Codes for VM integration

download pbxpert from dialogic

RE: DBS 576HD Inband Codes for VM integration

Thanks for the tip.

I did download the dos version and it appears that I need a special dialogics board to use the software. I am unable to find how to make it work with just my modem.

Also, looking at the database that came with the program, it appears that it indeed will be able to hear the tones, but not give me the actual keypress sequence for each tone (#5, etc) so I can program it into the KX-TVS95.

Did that make sense?

RE: DBS 576HD Inband Codes for VM integration

go to WWW.wedophones.com download the panavoice manual
I bet you the inband codes are in that book somewhere!!

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