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PANASONIC NS500 CO LINES

PANASONIC NS500 CO LINES

PANASONIC NS500 CO LINES

(OP)
I HAVE PANASONIC NS500 4 CO LINES AND 48 EXTENSION, KINDLY TELL HOW TO TAKE CO LINE FROM EXTENSION

RE: PANASONIC NS500 CO LINES

Stop writing in caps!!

dial 9

RE: PANASONIC NS500 CO LINES

(OP)
through 9 its not working for outgoing lines

RE: PANASONIC NS500 CO LINES

(OP)
kindly explain me by images

RE: PANASONIC NS500 CO LINES

Set no using CO ports in OUS.

RE: PANASONIC NS500 CO LINES

Assuming your physical wiring is done correctly, to cease a CO Line (depending on your programming ) its 9 or 0 + phone number after the tone.

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RE: PANASONIC NS500 CO LINES

Make sure you out active lines in Trunk group 1 and unused in 64.

RE: PANASONIC NS500 CO LINES

Check port status...chrck cos& trg and then extention cos .before this check wiring....

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