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How many extensions?

How many extensions?

How many extensions?

I apologize for asking a silly question, but I want to be certain.

IN a system consisting of an 8X24 DKSU plus three NT5B50 0X16 Copper Station Modules, what is the total number of possible extensions?

Is it 24 + (3 x 16) = 72?

How many of those would be used by the Norstar Flash voicemail system?

RE: How many extensions?

Yes...make sure you get the 0X16 and not the 12X0.upsidedown

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RE: How many extensions?

port/dn status under maintenance will tell you how many voice mail ports are being used

RE: How many extensions?

If you have the Flash voicemail in service, open the door and see how many phone cords are connected, either 1 or 2. That's all it's going to be. Maximum is 2 stations.


RE: How many extensions?

8X24 has 6 expansion ports and be Trunk Modules or Station Modules or combined so add up the lines you need/have then you can figure out how many stations you can have.

One example:
8X24 (8 lines,24 stations) 1 X 6 port Expansion Card with 1 X 12X0 (12 lines), 5 X 0X16 (80 stations)
Total - 20 lines X 104 stations


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