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Loud Bell off Analog Station

Loud Bell off Analog Station

We have hooked up a loud bell on an analog station. It works fine if you call that extension internally but we also need a line appearance on the station so it also rings when that line calls in. Right now it does not ring it on any type incoming call. Any ideas?

RE: Loud Bell off Analog Station

You can assign a line to an analog extension the same as a digital/partner phone extension. Make sure you are looking at the system with the admin view (top tool bar- view- hide admin tasks (it is checked by default-remove the check and it will show the admin programming).

RE: Loud Bell off Analog Station

Yes the line is assigned to the phone but it doesn't ring the bell, only when we call internally.

RE: Loud Bell off Analog Station

And the line is set to ring immediate? It may have set it to no ring.

RE: Loud Bell off Analog Station

Is the bell connected to an ETR card, or a Phone card?

RE: Loud Bell off Analog Station

Phone 2---Yeah found out that lines do not ring to an analog station, unless the coverage destination is set to that extension.

RE: Loud Bell off Analog Station

try a hunt group.I know I was able to accomplish this but can't remember how.

It's only dialtone!!!

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