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phantom stations on a DHS

phantom stations on a DHS

phantom stations on a DHS

phantom stations on a DHS
Is this doable? I have never worked with this before. Can I renumber a phantom port to a number of someone working off site so thay can have a voicemail with the extension # printed on cards, & give a new number to the actual port for the new user?

I'm not sure what this system can do.


RE: phantom stations on a DHS

No.  No phantom ports on the DHS.  However, you may be able to get the voice mail system to do it, if they are using the Dispatch.  You would also need an option board installed on the DHS for unsupervised conference.

Norstar & Vodavi phone systems and network cabling in Gainesville & Ocala Florida

RE: phantom stations on a DHS

I believe you can also connect to a single line device and just not terminate it, and simulate a phantom phone too possibly.

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