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Offline Grider

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NSP on a 128+ ??
« on: February 11, 2011, 03:25:35 PM »
Recently I was asked to remotely connect to a 72e by a guy that had installed a 612 card and he wanted some remote programing.

I set up the site name in Esi-access and attempted the connection. I received feedback from the system after modem sync that I could not connect to a 128+ with an E-class system type. I assumed the end user did not know what he had so I deleted the site name and rebuilt it as a 128+ system type and reconnected.

The connection was successful but what has me confused is within the programming was the NSP field complete with addresses.

I didn't think the 128+ was available with NSP? I know the 128e has NSP but not the 128+.

You got anything?
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Offline LaneComm

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Re: NSP on a 128+ ??
« Reply #1 on: February 13, 2011, 11:48:52 AM »
Got one of each in the warehouse  - I'll check them out.
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