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by jmartincox
20 Aug 2010 09:14
Forum: OmniAccess 3500 Nonstop Laptop Guardian
Topic: Obsolete
Replies: 0
Views: 7743

Obsolete

I think this product is now obsolete
by jmartincox
20 Aug 2010 09:11
Forum: OmniVista 4760
Topic: Codebook Import Process
Replies: 5
Views: 639

The other check that does NOT occur is that a tariff entry in theDirection file exists in the Tariff file. You need to check this your self (Excel is the best tool) as you can check he other linkages at the same time
by jmartincox
13 Oct 2009 10:22
Forum: OmniVista 4760
Topic: Omnivista APIs
Replies: 1
Views: 403

Re: Omnivista APIs

You can create code books in Excel and Export the files as tab separated values and then import them in to the PCX see "Managing carrier data files Expert Mode"

Martin
by jmartincox
28 Sep 2009 10:53
Forum: Wireless configuration and sets
Topic: voWlan with SVP server HP ProCurve
Replies: 1
Views: 728

Re: voWlan with SVP server HP ProCurve

I have a site with SVP Server and Procurve. No special configurations required.
by jmartincox
09 Jan 2009 08:05
Forum: Feature Request
Topic: Using the phonebook it should be possible to see the externa
Replies: 5
Views: 1156

Re: Using the phonebook it should be possible to see the externa

You can load external entries on the the 4760 directory. You can then use click to call via a browser. I have this working very well on a customer site.

Martin
by jmartincox
09 Jan 2009 06:21
Forum: OmniVista 4760
Topic: Different Addresses Book on 4760
Replies: 10
Views: 1701

Re: Different Addresses Book on 4760

I have found the best way is to export the 4760 directory entries to an ldif file, this gives you the structure you need. If your new information is in Excel you can easly create the new input file. I have used this to import external telephone numbers to the 4760 directory
by jmartincox
21 May 2008 05:05
Forum: OmniAccess Wireless Access Points 60/61/70
Topic: AP 60/61 as standalone AP's
Replies: 5
Views: 3436

Re: AP 60/61 as standalone AP's

:( The Alcatel APs are thin(dumb) they need a switch to operate. Only the AP80 is standalone and is used for linking sites.
by jmartincox
18 Jan 2008 08:35
Forum: OmniStack LS 6200
Topic: 6224 Switch
Replies: 19
Views: 4213

Re: 6224 Switch

Most of the documenation is available on the AL pubic site

http://www1.alcatel-lucent.com/enterpri ... r_manuals/

This covers all the current products

Martin

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