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prog button

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I have 2 nbx link with vtl
i want program on the console 3105
extention the nbx 1000  (LINE EXTENTION 1000) ITS OK
extention the other nbx 2000 i can t program button 2000 (line ext 2000)on the same  3105

why
and
solution
Thanks

sorry for my english...
 

Si vous parlez le francais,répondez-moi en francais,Merci Eric L.  NCSS, NCTS

RE: prog button

Thats because that user is part of a completely different database. since it is not an extensionon the system, you cannot configure it for that. You could install CAS on a desktop pc where the 3105 is and you should be able to see precense and extensions that way.  

If you want buttons on the 3105, you will probably have to set them up as "speed dial" type of buttons. To do this set up system speed dials for everyone on the other system. then assign the system speed dial number to each button on the console

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