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kx-t336 basics and how to programm it

kx-t336 basics and how to programm it

kx-t336 basics and how to programm it

(OP)
I have system reference manual for kx-t336 but i`m not familiar with ways to program it. If someone can tell me where and what i need i would be gratefull.

RE: kx-t336 basics and how to programm it

a weeks worth of training and hyperterminal if it is a rev 1
if it is a later version you will need the programing
utility and if you are not a certified dealer you are SOL!!

RE: kx-t336 basics and how to programm it

update Sorry all programing is done from
vt100 or you can purchse programator it is supposed to work on the 336 as well but I don't think i'dd trust it
and if you have a decade you can download dox @ www.wedophones
and read them

RE: kx-t336 basics and how to programm it

(OP)
i`v been on the site yesterday and there`s some kind of terminal program on one machine. As I sad earlier I have the manual and i`l try to understand the command sintax.
Any way thanks for all your help cwc3!

RE: kx-t336 basics and how to programm it

are you working on this or is it your own switch?
you could upgrade the cpu and make it a td-500
and the 500 is  alot easier to admin than the 336 was!

RE: kx-t336 basics and how to programm it

(OP)
It`s not my switch, and if the customer wants to upgrade it my sugestion will be MD110. Present switch has 100 extensions and few public lines. Anyway thanks for your help!

RE: kx-t336 basics and how to programm it

if you are not a certifed panasonic dealer that may be
the way to go although a majority of the cards that
are in the that machine are forward compatible to a td-500
Also IMHO the KX-TDA 100/200 is better than the MD

RE: kx-t336 basics and how to programm it

Digital handsets used on the 336 are compatable with the TDA systems changing to an MD would cost a lot more than staying with the panasonic gear , also I agree with cwc3 the TDA is MUCH better than tha MD to use as well as program

RE: kx-t336 basics and how to programm it

thanx TROTSKI !!!

RE: kx-t336 basics and how to programm it

(OP)
I agree that IPBX 100/200 is a very good switch, but I work for Ericsson dealer. Also when I compare the price for MD and 100/200 (same configuration) there is not mutch difference.

RE: kx-t336 basics and how to programm it

are you forgetting the cost of replacing the handsets

RE: kx-t336 basics and how to programm it

(OP)
I didn`t forgett handsets but you are right, that builds up the total price for whole system upgrade. Anyway if customer has the money, that`s not a problem for them. I don`t now exactly how much hybrid or digital handsets there are on site. I`m asuming no more than 16.

RE: kx-t336 basics and how to programm it

a 336 with 16 sets??

RE: kx-t336 basics and how to programm it

(OP)
Yes, i think there`s only one board for hybrid phones and the rest are all SLT boards. They even use 7030 as central answering position (operater).

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