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T7406e questions and issues

T7406e questions and issues

T7406e questions and issues

It has been a real long time since I worked on a Norstar. I have 2 T7406e sets and 1 base station. I registered one set and tested it fine. I registered the second set and it had said no ksu resource or something like that. I made sure they were both on 2 different ports 1 and 3 and then found that the first set deregistered itself. Of course the customer said they were both working fine before the batteries died....lol.

I just want to first make sure you can have 2 sets working off of 1 base station and would it need more than 1 port from the norstar cics for it as I was told both sets were extension 34. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

RE: T7406e questions and issues

You need a port off of the Norstar for each phone. The base will handle upto 3 ports/phones. Note the wiring is weird and depends on the wiring standard you use.

RJ45 jack Wiring T7406e Base Station
Handset 568B 568A
1 W/O, O/W W/G, GW
2 G/W, B/W O/W, B/W
3 W/B, G/W W/B, G/W

Marv ccna

RE: T7406e questions and issues

You can also read the T7406E Cordless Handset Installation and Configuration Guide winch is downloadable from Avaya....page 53 for the diagram.

If I recall as one tip, you only need to send the ss code from the first handset and not the rest.


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