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How to add 3 more lines to the existing 2

How to add 3 more lines to the existing 2

How to add 3 more lines to the existing 2

(OP)
I get to the adm> prompt, but then i'm lost.
I do have the worksheets and the programming manual but can't figure out how to display or to add 3 more lines

RE: How to add 3 more lines to the existing 2

(OP)
the system is STSe

RE: How to add 3 more lines to the existing 2

More info is needed. Are these POTS lines or are you working off of a t1 circuit card for your dial tones? I would think because of the amount of lines on the system that you are working with POTS lines. Please respond so that I may be able to help. Normally you would go into flash 40 for c.o. line programming. Enter the line numbers 001-004 to program for 4 lines. Make sure they are not disabled for out going calls:
Attendant Disable Outgoing CO Line
Description
The first Attendant can disable CO lines to prevent outgoing access to those lines. This is
useful for removing a faulty line from service or for reserving CO lines for important use. All
stations that normally make calls on the lines are affected, but incoming calls are unaffected.
A CO line may be disabled while it is being used. When the trunk becomes idle, further
outgoing access is prevented.
Operation
To disable CO Lines:
1. Lift handset or press ON/OFF button.
2. Dial [602] on the dial pad. A confirmation tone sounds.
3. Press the line button(s) of the CO Line(s) to disable. A confirmation tone sounds and the
CO Line button(s) LED flashes.
To reactivate the CO Line(s): Repeat Steps 1-3 to disable this feature.
Calls may be transferred to internal stations only. An attempt to transfer a call
off-net (via a speed dial bin) results in the call recalling upon going on-hook.

We all need a little help once in awhile. Tony the Phoneman..

RE: How to add 3 more lines to the existing 2

you may need another line card to get the 5th line.

We all need a little help once in awhile. Tony the Phoneman..

RE: How to add 3 more lines to the existing 2

(OP)
Thank You, I got most of it working.
The lines were pot lines and had to be activated as line group 1.
However I still did not figure how to make lines 003-005 to show like line 001-002:
CO 002
------
PRESET FORWARD DEST - H450 #### ####
PRESET FWD VMID -0
UNIVERSAL DAY ANSWER - DISABLED

they still show:
CO 003
------
PRESET FORWARD DEST - #### #### ####
PRESET FWD VMID -NONE
UNIVERSAL DAY ANSWER - DISABLED;

from the pc I would key in:
,(FLASH) THEN...?

RE: How to add 3 more lines to the existing 2

Look at Flexible Button Programming and assign the next 3 co line keys as co3,4,5. Flash 40 for thr ringing options:
The Digital Telephone has 24 flexible buttons that can be programmed.
24-BUTTON DEFAULT
:
Use Flash 50 programming when you want to modify a range of stations’ attributes using
fixed station numbers.
Use Flash 51 programming to modify a single station’s attributes using a flexible station
number.
Programming Steps
1. Press FLASH and dial [50] or dial [51]. Flexible button #24 (New Range) is lit and one of
the following messages displays:
2. Enter the range of fixed station numbers (100-149) to be programmed. If only one station
is being programmed, enter that number twice, e.g., [100 100].
-or-
Enter a valid flexible number (100-8999) to be programmed.
STA 100 STA 101 STA 102 STA 103
?? 1 Q ?? 2 W ?? 3 E ?? 4 R
STA 104 STA 105 STA 106 STA 107
?? 5 T ?? 6 Y ?? 7 U ?? 8 I
STA 108 STA 109 STA 110 STA 111
?? 9 O ?? 10 P ?? 11 A ?? 12 S
CO 1 CO 2 CO 3 CO 4
?? 13 D ?? 14 F ?? 15 G ?? 16 H
CO 5 CO 6 LOOP POOL
?? 17 J ?? 18 K ?? 19 L ?? 20 :
CALL BACK PICKUP DND LINE QUEUE
?? 21 Z ?? 22 X ?? 23 C ?? 24 V
Flash 50 - Fixed Numbers Flash 51 - Flexible Numbers
STATION ATTRIBUTES
SELECT A STATION RANGE
ENTER STATION NUMBER
If HOLD is pressed without entering a station range, all stations are selected.
Flexible Button Function Assignment 2-165
Features and Operation
STARPLUS STSe - Programming & Operations Manual August 2005
3. Press HOLD to save the entry. A confirmation tone sounds and the display updates.
Flexible button #19 is lit. The display updates to reflect current programming for Page A:
4. Press button #20. The display updates to reflect current programming for Page B.
5. Press the BUTTON ASSIGN flexible button (Button #11). The following message displays:
6. Enter a valid button number [01-24] to program, the desired function code (0-4 or #) plus
any related information (e.g., CO line number if assigning a CO Line button), and then
press HOLD.
Function Codes
[0] = Flexible/user changeable
[1] = CO line
[2] = Loop button/all-purpose CO appearance
[3] = Pool for specific groups
[4] = Direct feature programmable
[#] = Locks button
To assign a Flexible Button (user programmable):
Enter [BB], [0], [HOLD]
BB = Desired Flexible Button Number
When a button is assigned as a flexible button [0], the user can program any features or
functions to which they have access on the buttons.
Flash 50 - Fixed Numbers Flash 51 - Flexible Numbers
XXX - XXX PAGE A
ENTER BUTTON NUMBER
SXXX PAGE A
ENTER BUTTON NUMBER
XXX-XXX = fixed station range XXX = 3- or 4-digit flexible number
Flash 50 - Fixed Numbers Flash 51 - Flexible Numbers
XXX - XXX PAGE B
ENTER BUTTON NUMBER
SXXX PAGE B
ENTER BUTTON NUMBER
XXX-XXX = fixed station range XXX = 3- or 4-digit flexible number
FLEX BUTTON PROG
ENTER BUTTON DATA

We all need a little help once in awhile. Tony the Phoneman..

RE: How to add 3 more lines to the existing 2

To assign a CO Line Button:
Enter [BB], [1], [LLL], [HOLD]
BB = Desired Flexible Button Number
LLL = CO Line Number
Buttons assigned as specific CO lines provide direct access and appearance of the CO line
at a station. The station receives call status indications such as LED flash rates for
incoming ringing when the line is placed on HOLD, etc. CO Line ringing is programmed in
CO Line Attribute programming.

We all need a little help once in awhile. Tony the Phoneman..

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