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bzybnme2 (MIS) (OP)
1 Mar 11 10:03
I am trying to move a few cards to new ones so that sites that the main site is all contained in one cabinet.

We are going to be moving the phone system to a new location and the main site will end up as a carrier remote.  If I can move the existing cards to spares in the same cabinet it would help.

Is there a command that will COPY the entire card?

Any info is greatly appreciated!
bhassell2000 (TechnicalUser)
1 Mar 11 10:08
ld 25
req mov




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bzybnme2 (MIS) (OP)
1 Mar 11 10:38
I don't want to move it, because I these phones are all active and I have to move the cables which will take ma a bit of time.  

I want to have everything setup in advance and then after hours just move the cabling...

Is there a COPY command, not a MOVE command?
bhassell2000 (TechnicalUser)
1 Mar 11 10:52
in ld 20 you can cpy 16

req cpy 16
type 3904

but you can't use the same DN, you will have to use a spare Dn and change it after



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GHTROUT (IS/IT--Management)
1 Mar 11 11:44
These phones may all be very different, and CPY 16 will result in all of them being the same as the CFTN (Copy From TN)

I think you're going to have to copy them all one by one, assigning a new KEY 00 DN to the destination TN - then go back and change the KEY 00 DN to equal it's mate on the old card.

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