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Adding new phone?

Adding new phone?

Adding new phone?

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This is a beginners question but I have to ask it. I must add a new type 500 line to our system. I went to the TN block and found what I think is an open slot. I ran my crossover wires to the DN block and then ran my wires to the phone. I then went into LD 10 and copied an existing analog port. Everything went smoothly but the line seems to be dead. Did I do things correctly? Any ideas?

I am working with Meridian 1 Option 21 Release 17.76.

RE: Adding new phone?

LD 20
REQ:   LUVU (LIST UNUSED VOICE UNITS)
TYPE:  500  (ANALOG TYPE SETS)
TN:    <CR>

PICK A TN FROM THE LIST.  BUILD THE PHONE OR COPY THE PHONE TO THAT TN.  CHECK THE 66/110 BLOCK WITH A BUT SET OR AN ANALOG PHONE TO MAKE SURE IT IS WORKING.  COMPLETE THE BUILD BY DOING THE CROSS-CONNECT.

IT IS POSSIBLE TO BUILD A PORT ON AN UNEQUIPPED CARD SLOT.  USING THE LUVU COMMAND LIST ONLY EQUIPPED CARD SLOTS AND AVAILABLE PORTS ON THOSE CARDS

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