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New to NEC world

New to NEC world

New to NEC world

Hi.  New to NEC world.  Can anyone point me to a link on where to get good basic information?  Experienced in Avaya so I am currious if some of the commands and ways to do things are similar.  If anyone can help me out-- Thanks in advance.

RE: New to NEC world

You may want to try

They have several guides depending on the system you are looking into.
However the best thing to do is go to NEC and get training. NEC like other vendors does not always put everything in the books they supply.

RE: New to NEC world

Which systems are you new to?

If you are looking at IPS 2000 check these manuals out:

Feature and specs
Feature programming
Command Manual

IPK is the same thing except Feature and Specs includes Feature programming chart at end of each feature.

They are available at the above link.



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