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Maintenance on set set vs element manager

Maintenance on set set vs element manager

Maintenance on set set vs element manager

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Hi !

On my lovely BCM 3.7 i where able to Disable a Set by navigating on Channels and B2 port.
I can do it also on Set by **config select Maintenance -> Port DN Status -> press interactive DN button select your extention press DEVICE press STATE I can see it's IDLE and i have the option to disable it.

And on my BCM 3.7 i can do it in the element manager also picture below....


But on BCMR6 on the lastest nortel element manager and Ayaya* element Manager i never find where to do it?


Thanks,
Mike

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RE: Maintenance on set set vs element manager

My thoughts are to go into "Administration" and then to "Resources".
Once there, go to "Telephony Resources".

Highlight the required DSI Module so that it shows all the available ports for that particular unit below.

Select the set port that you want to change and there is an option to disable or enable it.




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