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Topic # 111900 19-Nov-2012 09:56
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Apologies if this is not in the correct forum.

I need help with swapping over phones.  1st is digital and 2nd is analog.  Physical location is being swapped but extension numbers staying the same (ie the user with the analog phone is getting the digital but keeping their extn #. 
I want to know if this can be done via programming or if physical changes need to be made.  If they werent keeping extn #'s then I would just repatch at the panel tie.  Lines just need to be changed from analog to digital and vice versa.
Thanks for your help.

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  Reply # 719345 19-Nov-2012 10:06
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If you're changing the extension number of a device it's going to require programming change as digital phones and analogue are on different line cards in the PBX.

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  Reply # 719423 19-Nov-2012 12:03
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Yep programming change needs to be made. Total prick on these old beasts. All has to be done via MMC programming on the operator phone. When I get back to the office will see if I can find the old manuals and post up what needs doing.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 719560 19-Nov-2012 15:28
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That would be great if you could post the info.  Thanks!

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  Reply # 719619 19-Nov-2012 16:48
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You will need the programming access code so better hope it hasn't been changed by the installer.

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  Reply # 719687 19-Nov-2012 19:13
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Sorry didn't get back to the office today. Will get them tomorrow.

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  Reply # 719964 20-Nov-2012 10:22
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No, just checked, installer code all good.  I have a manual but trying to work out how to assign station id is not so easy.......

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  Reply # 719975 20-Nov-2012 10:44
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Thanks for the offer of help....looks like I have sorted it.  Cheers.

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