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This site has a 2 cabinet 192, and they have about 16 analog trunks.
How can we quickly tell which lines ring at which ports?

And them remove ringing for certain lines and extensions. We copied programming from port 14 to 8 yesterday, and now the boss says his phone is ringing with the main number.

He is not one of the ports we programmed. He is port 1. Of course we did program from that port

Trying to talk them into something new, but they wont budge.

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Day mode ring assignment is memory block 4-01. Night mode is 4-02. It's done via telephone port number. To verify the telephone port number, look at memory block 4-10 - number to port assignment. Green is ring, red is delay ring and out is no ring. Each line key corresponds to a trunk number 1=1, 2=2, etc.

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Thanks for the help. Will try that out tomorrow

Chaz


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