Author Topic: Millennium with Keyboard  (Read 1469 times)

Offline martin

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Re: Millennium with Keyboard
« Reply #15 on: June 24, 2017, 12:04:51 PM »
Why would you want that?  That's a Quortech retrofit, and an ugly one at that.  NT had NetVenue -- way better.

Oh, I am not limiting myself to the eMillennium... As far as I can tell, the eMillennium and the NetVenue seem to be quite similar - both even feature a normal Millennium-PCB inside, requiring the usual CRASERV-Install-Routine...

So, yeah... If someone offered my an eMillennium or a NetVenue, I'd take either of them. ;-)


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Re: Millennium with Keyboard
« Reply #16 on: June 24, 2017, 12:45:04 PM »
I know the schema ... it uses SQL/MX on NonStop.  There's no need for demo firmware.  Dial-in to MM can be disabled and local rating can be setup.  You know it's Bell 212A and X.25, and I can do a modem connection.

Where I'm stuck is I don't know the install response should be - the protocol that BNR used over 212A.  I have X.25 APIs and I can populate the payphone.

I can also get the DMS people to put the line reversal on -- they don't need to change my LCC.