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Old 25th Jan 2019, 8:56 pm   #1
whyperion
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Default Panasonic PBX programming

You may like to add to the Panasonic PBX thread. We found that Toshiba Laptop COM ports would work, but newer Dell's would not. I don't think we tried the INQ changes as it appeared Dell com ports did not comply with voltage and full standards compared to other laptops. Can anyone confirm what the Dell and Toshiba pin outs were as for com IRQs there are only a choice of of 4 options ? This would be in P200 processor chipsets we didn't have 486 Dell's.
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Old 27th Jan 2019, 12:08 am   #2
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Default Re: Panasonic PBX programming

WHYPERION- panasonic KXTD ETC as per from panasonic were set to certain IRQ and even Panasonic Tech support were not aware of the problems that this caused. If you are having problems using a panasonic kxtd PROGRAM and linking to a KXTD, then I'd suggest you look at trying other combinations of settings and IRQ settings.
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