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Need help w/ VODAVI MODEL 3501-00,ADDING EXTENTIONS 108 AND UP

Need help w/ VODAVI MODEL 3501-00,ADDING EXTENTIONS 108 AND UP

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Ok im in a pinch. I figured this was an easy plug and play system. Well I was wrong. Cutomer has extensions 100 to 1007. So 8 extenstions total. He has a Vodavi Model 3501-00 using Starplus StSe phones. I bought an expansion card called a Vodavi/ Verical Starplus STS/STSe V70 DTIB 8 digital station card refurbished. Model 3532. This is what I did .

1. Shut the systems off waited 5 min then unplugged system.
2. Installed card in Slot 3
3. Plugged system back in
4. Power system back up.
5. Pairs are powered but no added extensions

Plugged in a phone in the system and reads this message

LKD-24D V0.6d
SCOUT-DX V1.1 OK SYNC

Any one have a full detailed idea what I need to do to add these 8 more extensions. The instruction manuel does no justice for me. I play with Nortel and Avaya systems and thisnis an old system.

RE: Need help w/ VODAVI MODEL 3501-00,ADDING EXTENTIONS 108 AND UP

You have to program the slot as a DTIB, then restart the KSU.

www.jacksonvilletelephone.com
Jacksonville Florida Telephone Systems

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