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PLAR: Unable to dial configured phone

PLAR: Unable to dial configured phone

(OP)
Hello, working on a phone on which I configured PLAR, phone A. From what I understand the extension on this phone A is now dedicated to this "ring-down" function and so I can't call back to this extension from phone B. I receive a recording "You have reached a non-working number".
Does this sound correct and is there a way to override this so I can call back to that same ring-down phone A from phone B?

Thank you!

RE: PLAR: Unable to dial configured phone

Can you explain the setup for specifically? Doesnt really sound like were talking about PLAR.

Certifications:
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RE: PLAR: Unable to dial configured phone

(OP)
Thanks for the reply.....I have several analog phones throughout the building, each with a unique extension that when I go off-hook will ring PLAR destination.
I assigned these analog phones to the Calling Search Space and unique Partition that I created for the PLAR destination.

I just followed Cisco documentation on Private Line Auto Ringdown.

RE: PLAR: Unable to dial configured phone

I understand now. Yes, the extensions should be reachable assuming you have the CSS and partitions configured correctly. However the PLAR phones wouldnt be able to since thats not their function.

Certifications:
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Network+
CCENT
CCNA Voice
TVOICE
CAPPS
CIPTV1
CIPTV2

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