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Are line side port features same as analog line card features?

Are line side port features same as analog line card features?

Are line side port features same as analog line card features?

Trying to determine if line side 500 set ports have the same features as analog 500 set ports?  Are they activated in the same manner, by feature access codes, for example, transfers, MWI(Leave word calling) and CPID?

Any info would help as we have heard that Line side port features work in the same fashion as other T1 (digital) features, not like analog 500 sets.  Yet, Line ports emulate or use 500 set digital programming, and can be connected to a channel bank where they are hooked up to 550 set POTS phones(in that case do they have feature access code availability, same as regular analog line card phones?)

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