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Digital Set Display CP Options

Digital Set Display CP Options

Digital Set Display CP Options


I have a CP Server networked over IP Trunks, locally I have 3904's showing on display Play/Stop/Last etc when accessing CP, but the remote sites digital sets when accessing CP don't get the CP Displays on their 3904's.

I have a manager that likes the cosmetics so I have checked All their profiles/templates and they have the same settings my question is, How does one make this available for the remote 3904's to display the same CP options when accessing CP.

Your help is much appreciated but I suspect that it is a simple case of local functionality??

Cheers !!

RE: Digital Set Display CP Options


I am beginning to think it might be a network restriction, Dchannel config or Patch on CPilot??

Appreciate any suggestions Guys!!

Cheers !!

RE: Digital Set Display CP Options

I do know it "can" work over IP trunks, so I would agree it may be a restriction of some sort.  

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