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Partner ACS R6 unassigning paging line 5

Partner ACS R6 unassigning paging line 5

Partner ACS R6 unassigning paging line 5

(OP)
I have to recover the loudspeaker paging assignment of line 5 for paging and reuse it as a line port. I can't figure out how to do this and can't find anything archived that helps.

Sincerely, Joe

RE: Partner ACS R6 unassigning paging line 5

#617 to program the line
Mike

RE: Partner ACS R6 unassigning paging line 5

(OP)
Thanks Teletechman,

I have 20 lines on the system so I moved it to virtual line 21 but I wanted to know if there was a code for deleting it instead of sending it to a virtual port, to avoid issues in the future but I guess thats good enough.

I appreciate your help. Joe

RE: Partner ACS R6 unassigning paging line 5

you should be able to just clear the assignment. Go back in and hit the MIC button on the phone to clear the entry. I think this is correct but am doing it from memory.
Mike

RE: Partner ACS R6 unassigning paging line 5

Either Mic, or more probably the Remove key on the overlay - 4th (or 5th for a 34-d) Column, 2nd button down.

RE: Partner ACS R6 unassigning paging line 5

I knew I should have looked at my overlay!

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