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Vodavi XTS Music on Hold

Vodavi XTS Music on Hold

Vodavi XTS Music on Hold

(OP)
I have been handed the duties of taking care of the phone system here at work. I've done VERY little of this in the past. The current request I have been given is to find out what is needed to do music on hold for our system. How do I find out if we have everything we need to do this?

Thanks,
Matt

RE: Vodavi XTS Music on Hold

You'll need a music source but everything else is built into the XTS KSU.

www.northfloridacommunications.com
Norstar & Vodavi phone systems and network cabling in Gainesville & Ocala Florida

RE: Vodavi XTS Music on Hold

(OP)
Ok, I figured out that Channel 1 is on the MISB on the 11th pair. Where is channel 2 and 3? I know channels 4 thru 8 are on CO lines but I'm having an issue figuring out how to setup Ch 2&3.

Thanks,
Matt

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