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HELP with CPS for XTS 2500I

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idle00955

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I have a xts 2500I. Flash code info

Q806/G806 IMBE / APCO-25 Digital Operation
H14/G114 Digital ID Display
H451 GE STAR Signaling
H868/W298 Conventional Multikey and Analog Conventional MDC OTAR
G170/H43 Remote Monitor and Radio Trace
Future System Package
H38/G51 Smartzone Operation
Q181 Add StatAlert (MDC1200) Features
W947/Q947 APCO Packet Data
Q471 (MCS only) messaging (MDC on trunking)
Q387 Conventional voting scan
Q173/G173 Smartzone OmniLink Operation
Q361/G361 Digital APCO-25 IMBE Trunking (9600kb Control)
1B3 Future System Enhancement
1B4 Future System Enhancement


My question is this CPS is way different then the XTS 3000 CPS. In the astro 25 cps were do I input the NAC code for a P25 Freq? I notice in zone is were you set the alpha display name and freq. But I didnt see were to enter the NAC code. Anyone able to help a bit with this CPS.
 

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In the CPS, under zone channel assignment click on the zone you want to modify, select the channels tab, then on the channel you want to change NAC, select the personality that is an ASTRO system and the NAC is all the way at the end, Its under Network ID
 

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Okay Thank you. So every channel in the zone has to correspond to a conventional personality correct.
 

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Yes. lets say channels 1-25 are conv p25 frequencies with nac of 293 and personality #1 is your astro 25 personality then assign 1-25 personality 1 and the rx and tx Network Id (NAC) will turn white and allow you to modify it to 293. Same goes for non astro systems that you want PL,DPL on, you do the same but assign it the non-Astro personality and it will gray out the Network ID and P25 options and allow you to modify analog options
 
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