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Maximum stations on Avaya Partner ACS Rel 6, or, Rel 7
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Maximum stations on Avaya Partner ACS Rel 6, or, Rel 7

Maximum stations on Avaya Partner ACS Rel 6, or, Rel 7

(OP)
Hello,
Assuming PC card mail only, and needing only a maximum of 8 trunks, can a Partner ACS rel 6 or 7 support three 308ec cards, and two 12 port station cards?
For a total of 48 stations on a rel.6, and 49 stations on a rel 7?
Thank You,
Techroy, NJ

RE: Maximum stations on Avaya Partner ACS Rel 6, or, Rel 7

I think it 54. But I will let you Google it.

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RE: Maximum stations on Avaya Partner ACS Rel 6, or, Rel 7

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Extension numbers are fixed from 10 to 57, meaning a maximum of 48 station.

You can install cards to take it above 48 stations, but those above Ext. 57 will not be operational

A colleague once configured an ACS R7 (5x9) with 012 cards in Slots 1, 2, and 4, and Partner Messaging with a 4 port card in Slot 5. This would make the VM ports 55-56-57-58. The 4th port on a 4 port system is used for outcalling. OOPS!!

RE: Maximum stations on Avaya Partner ACS Rel 6, or, Rel 7

(OP)
Budbyrd and TouchToneTommy - LARGE THANKS!

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