BASIC Programming of Analog (ETP) Call Stations
What is the BASIC programming codes for the analog (ETP) devices?
What you will need:
- Analog telephone or test-set to dial in access to the ETP device
The BASIC of QUICK programming for analog ETP devices is as follows:
Default Guard/Programming Access Code:
Program the mode: (*14*<1/2/3>*)
- 1 - Central Office (Phone Company TELCO line)
- 2 - PBX w/Consolidator
- 3 - PBX wOUT/Consolidator
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