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adding combo card to existing ip office

adding combo card to existing ip office

adding combo card to existing ip office

(OP)
I'm new to IP Office Essential. I need to install A new combo card to add 2 lines and one station. Can anyone let me know how to do this.
Version 9.1.6.0 build 153
Thanks

RE: adding combo card to existing ip office

Shut it down with Manager Indefinite. Unplug it. Screw off the slot cover. Insert the card. Plug it back in. It will recognize it on a reboot. Might take a while to boot if it needs to upgrade the card. And you are done.

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*(Disclaimer for all advise given)--'Version Dependent'

RE: adding combo card to existing ip office

Are there any other combo cards in the system? The IPO will only handle 2, that being said power down the system and insert it in an open slot and power the system back up. The IPO will recognize the card and update it as necessary.
Mike

RE: adding combo card to existing ip office


Here's info on how to physically install the cards equipment sheet - it also shows how many of each card can be installed.

RE: adding combo card to existing ip office

(OP)
Thanks for the info. Can't try it until Monday. Will post results then.

RE: adding combo card to existing ip office

(OP)
Card installed and working. Thanks for your response.

puss1946

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