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how to create a new 2000ips station

how to create a new 2000ips station

how to create a new 2000ips station

(OP)
i'm new with the nec 2000ips and i've been given the task of creating a new station ( extenion #). We currently have  4 digit extention #'s (4xxx) with a roll-over extention (5xxx).. We have 5 telephone numbers on the phones. what commands should i be looking at? Any help is appreciated.

Thanks
Stuck at the station.....

RE: how to create a new 2000ips station

Will this be an analogue or a digital extension?

RE: how to create a new 2000ips station

(OP)
this is a digital phone

RE: how to create a new 2000ips station

cmd 10 to assign it to the len then 1201 for the restriction, 1202 for features, 1204 for tenancy, 1207 for service restriction C, 1212 &1213 for CLI, 1223 for soft key pattern, 1303 to allow message waiting, 1305 for SMDR on incoming calls, 1312 if boss secretary req,  160 for call pickup group,770 for station name, 90 xx = 00, xx = 01, xx = 02, xx = 03 for Dterm keys, 93 for Prime line and finally 94 for one touch memory.

Phew I think that’s all.

RE: how to create a new 2000ips station

(OP)
thank you

RE: how to create a new 2000ips station

I thought Cmd14 is used for assigning digital and analog lens's on the 2000 ips.?

RE: how to create a new 2000ips station

Wayne

Both will work and you really only need to use 14 if you are working with a virtual FP

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