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Question about ANIE(-1)

Question about ANIE(-1)

Question about ANIE(-1)

When I print the report in Element Manager several phones have ANIE(-1) showing on Key0.
It seems like most of the phones are phones I either added or changed recently, They are not part of an ACD group. Mostly 3902 and 4's. What does it mean and how do I make it go away? I do use CLID tables as we have a few different prefixes. I have used them for 20 years. The ANIE(-1) just recently starting appearing.

RE: Question about ANIE(-1)

One more question... What does the H mean on Key 0 "H" Marp

RE: Question about ANIE(-1)

ANIE = Automatic Number Identification Entry

I'm not sure if "H" refers to a networking message of "Home" when used with a MCDN package.

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