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3com phone issues

3com phone issues

3com phone issues

Has anyone ever had any issues on release 6_0_63 with 3102A telephones and paging.  What we have found is that if anyone pages from a 3102B phone the page goes through properly.  If someone with a 3102A phone pages the NBX locks and reboots.  Another odd thing is wecant get into the programming of the A phones using the little white button in the top right corner either.  Is this an issue with the release we are on?  

I thought that A phones work with any release and B phones only work on 6 and above?

Thanks in advance.

RE: 3com phone issues

Not sure about the paging issue, but with A series phones, you can only use the white Program button within ~30 seconds of the phone booting up.  After that, it becomes a 'dead' button.
With the B series phones they have kept the Program button 'live' always (much to my chagrin for the end-users' ability to press it)

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