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how to set time on Option 11C

how to set time on Option 11C

how to set time on Option 11C

I tried to do a search, but couldn't find anything.

Also, it won't keep time.  Any thoughts on why?  It is fast.

RE: how to set time on Option 11C

To set the time:

STAD dd mm yyyy HH MM SS

Then to print out the time to make sure it worked:



RE: how to set time on Option 11C

look at load 2 in the software i/o guide book one of three, not only are the prompts for setting time their, so is a command for adjusting the clock x number of min/sec a day. the clock is a function of your processor card, changing that will also change the clock gaining time. much cheaper to do the adjust command. if you don't have manuals try this link http://www.pbxtechsupport.com/manuals/m125_4x.htm.. paste that in your add bar, manuals by the zillion...

john poole
bellsouth business

RE: how to set time on Option 11C

Time and date is programmed in LD 2.
Once LD 2 is loaded the prompt changes to period. (.)
TTAD checks the current system date and time. STAD sets the date and time.
The date is the Day in the Month, Month and Year. Time is Hour, Min and Sec.
i.e. 25 12 1995, 18 34 21.

>LD 2
.TTAD (No carriage return)
TUES 25 12 1995 18 34 21 (Systems current date and time is displayed).
.STAD 19 03 2002 19 30 00 (Set new date and time).
.TTAD TUES 19 03 2002 19 30 15 (Testing the date and time).
.**** (Exit Program)


RE: how to set time on Option 11C

Love that Nortel equipment, but dang-it, it never could keep time!  From the days of the Pulse switch on forward. And...when it's brought to their attention, their answer is for you, the customer, to have to finagle with the time adjustments. What do you expect for all the money you spent?  OK...I'll get off my soap box.

RE: how to set time on Option 11C

Arch.. you need to wind the clock eveyday...

john poole
bellsouth business

RE: how to set time on Option 11C

Got me.

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