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Analog line rings with "no ring" set

Analog line rings with "no ring" set

Analog line rings with "no ring" set

I have an NBX 100.  While upgrading to Ver 6, I found a bad hard drive.  Replaced it and upgrade succeeded. I was using a restored database.
It is set up for two different (but related) offices on one NBX.  Two telephone groups are set up.  One for office A and one for office B.  Button mappings for office A have all five analog lines mapped with their three that ring and the other two that don't ring.  Office B has all five analog lines mapped with their two that ring and the other three that don't ring.
Since the upgrade, calls coming into Office B will ring at Office A.  Some calls coming into Office A will ring at Office B. It does not happen every time.
After trying to rediscover analog line ports and creating new groups, I purged the database and recreated it.
The issue is still there.

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