ATM''s Explained


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    ATM''s Explained Empty ATM''s Explained

    Post  zeusk on Mon Jun 25, 2012 1:08 am

    The engineering codes are used to operetivnogo repair and adjustment of ATMs.
    For the most part and are used in old and new ATMs Japanese (brand not specified), the difference is only the immediate combination of signs
    What can I do with inzh.koda with the ATM. Opportunities well finite but quite large.
    Inzh.kodami you can:
    1. View and delete video recording service ATMs.
    2. Prosmoret amount and the Number of banknotes in the cells.
    3. Log of the operations and their keyboard kits
    4. Technical settings, network settings and connections for ATM connected to the Internet or LAN.

    There are three types of ATMs using inzh.kody.
    Type 1 - the engineering uses a special card and pincode.
    TYPE2 - Using flash keys, or e-i-key.
    TYPE3 - uses direct keyboard teh.dostup.

    Codes for ATMs third type:
    Hold the press 071ili # 077. There is an inscription "Pin enter", the default 9999.
    Next appears "Serva enter".
    0012 * - Indicates the log operetsy.
    It looks like this:
    1SLR # 123456789012341234567890 ....#
    2SLR # 123456789012341234567890 ....#
    3SLR # 123456789012341234567890 ....#
    and so on ...
    The first 10 digit code operation, the following 4 numbers - PIN card on account number to withdraw an amount of banknotes issued by the codes and their Number.
    Exit menu #.

    0026 * - Displays the list videos.
    It looks like this:
    VLP/00/00/00 /: 01 # 1234567890
    VLP/00/00/00 /: 02 # 1234567890
    VLP/00/00/00 /: 03 # 1234567890
    and so on ....
    It's all clear / date / month / year /: serial number # opcode
    To udalti kakyu any record, select it from the list and press the reset button "C".
    To view what an entry (if the ATM supports video viewing), select it from the list and press "*".
    Exit menu #.

    0603 * - Indicates the status of safe and yacheik Number of cuts in them.
    It looks like this:
    FF: A1: 1000/100
    FF: A2: 1000/020
    FF: A3: 1000/010
    and so on ....
    If the front stated "AA" means that the cell is faulty or disabled.
    Empty or unused cell is denoted "RFF".
    Exit menu #.

    0099 * - Indicates the system number of the ATM, the identifier of the bank statement, date of last update, the protocol of the changes.

    Output from the engineering menu # # # 0 with shutting down the ATM, # # # 1 with the inclusion.

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