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KX-TDE100 paging to 2 sites

KX-TDE100 paging to 2 sites

KX-TDE100 paging to 2 sites

I have 2 KXTDE100's connected together over a dsl ip tunnel and can't figure a way to page over boyh sites. Anyone have any ideas?   
Thanks in advance 1fer

RE: KX-TDE100 paging to 2 sites

try to create an icd group that has both all call
page fdns in them (of course you will have to make both
fdn's unique)

RE: KX-TDE100 paging to 2 sites

Not sure I followed the fdns.  Paging prompt for local access is *3304.  Do I take paging directly from a speaker of a dpt?

RE: KX-TDE100 paging to 2 sites

flex numbering make each page code unique / different!

RE: KX-TDE100 paging to 2 sites

Thanks cwc3 I'm going to both sites this AM I'll give it a try.

RE: KX-TDE100 paging to 2 sites

let me know try it both ways with a terminate hunt group and
icd group just had a thought that it may ring both groups instead of page and that is even if you can do what I suggest in the software....

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