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BCM50 How do I set up a inactive DN to use for a DID

BCM50 How do I set up a inactive DN to use for a DID

BCM50 How do I set up a inactive DN to use for a DID

(OP)
I have an inactive DN, 2252, I want to use for Extension 6327, using Target line 130

Thank you in advance for your help

RE: BCM50 How do I set up a inactive DN to use for a DID

What help are you looking for?
Change the DN
Program the Target to the new DN

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RE: BCM50 How do I set up a inactive DN to use for a DID

(OP)
I assume I need to change the DN 2252 to 6327 so I can add it to the target line.

Thank you

RE: BCM50 How do I set up a inactive DN to use for a DID

Other way around, you add Target lines to DN's
You can program any target line to any DN.

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