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IPO and Viking PA-15 Paging Amplifier.

IPO and Viking PA-15 Paging Amplifier.

IPO and Viking PA-15 Paging Amplifier.

Hello all,

What is the best way to integrate the IPO with an existing Viking PA-15 Paging Amplifier?

I was thinking set up an Analog Extension on my Combo Card as a "Paging Speaker" however when I select that option, I get the message below:



RE: IPO and Viking PA-15 Paging Amplifier.

It looks like a recommendation. I would ignore it or follow the recommendation. I have never seen that before, but things are always changing.

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RE: IPO and Viking PA-15 Paging Amplifier.

Has anyone ever integrated the IPO and Viking PA-15? Analog Station Port? Trunk Port?

Also, the "Non-Licensed User Profile is Recommended for User..." Error is throwing me off. Has anyone ever seen this before?


RE: IPO and Viking PA-15 Paging Amplifier.

It's a suggestion. A Non-licensed User can be used for paging and music-on-hold. I think it basically locks the user down from being hacked. If you want to get rid of the error, change the user profile from basic to non-licensed.

You should be able to use that Viking as a standard station. If you changed it to a paging port and it doesn't work, try setting it to standard and see if it works.

RE: IPO and Viking PA-15 Paging Amplifier.

I ended up needing to use a trunk port anyway. All is working well. Thanks gents.


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