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Tennant programming help

Tennant programming help

Tennant programming help

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I installed a Vodavi STS system a few years back and now the building has added another business and would like to seperate 4 CO lines. All the documantation i have says STSe but when i try to access the programming for setting up tennants  flash 05 button 17 doesnt do anything only buttons 1-12 work. I have got the manual online for both and noticed the STS dosen't have any programming for the tennant feature, which leads me to believe i have just a STS system. Are there many more features for the STSe?
Is this upgradeable by software or Rom flash to add this feature?

RE: Tennant programming help

Should be flash 40 to go in and put different CO lines in different groups

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Dallas, Texas
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CCNP in the works

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