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#91828 11/05/08 06:19 PM
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I have a customer with a R6v11.1 Legend. Slots are as follows:
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1 408mlx
2 408mlx
3 408mlx
4 800did
5 016tr

They want a Transtalk and they have a 408 ATL in stock. The 800did is NOT used. Can I remove the 800did from slot 4 and move the 016 to slot 4 then put the 408ATL in the last slot (followed by a board renumber)? There is no room on the wall to add another carrier.

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#91829 11/05/08 07:10 PM
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While it is possible to move the modules around in a Legend or Magix, it can result in the need for messy programming changes.

Often it is easier to just add a new module to the first available slot and then do a board renumber. In this instance, you would need to first purchase an expansion carrier.


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#91830 11/05/08 09:27 PM
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Lucky you.

Considering the 800 D-I-D is a Trunk Module, then doing the swap you are talking about will not cause you great programming grief.

Here's how you would want to do this:

Before doing any thing, PRINT the EXTENSION DIRECTORY, plus the CALLING GROUP Info and then do a BACK UP to the FLASH CARD, after that:

(1) Power the system down

(2) Remove the 800 D-I-D and the 016-TRR

(3) Power the system back up

(4) Do a board renumber

(5) Power the system down again

(6) Install the 016-TRR into Slot 4

(7) Power the system back up again

(8) Do another board renumber

(9) Again, print the Extension Directory to double check that your 016 Extensions have not changed extension numbers.

(10) Next, print the Group Calling info to insure that your Voice Mail Ports are still numbered correctly and that they still retain their VMI settings. (I am certain they will)

(11) Again, Power the system down

(12) Install the 408 ATL Module

(13) Power the system back up again.

(14) Do another Board Renumber

That should make it work for you with virtually no programming. (Except to determine what the ATL Extension numbers are.)

Of course, if it goes south, you can put it all back like it was when you started and do a RESTORE from the FLASH CARD BACKUP you created before STEP 1.


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