Minimum Version Required:
To perform an installation you will need the IP address of the PBX.
Only one application can connect to the TAPI interface at a time. If another computer is connected, then the connection will fail.
This PBX is end of support from NEC March 2019.
3rd Party TAPI license
TCP: 8181 (default)
This PBX has bee replaced by the SV9100. The NEC SV8100 connects directly onto the LAN through the connector on the CPU card. The local IP address and other network settings are set through either the Administration program or the HTML-based programming interface. A reboot of the PBX is required to implement a change to the LAN configuration.
Firmware Requirements (for new installations):
A 60 day trial TAPI license may be available
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