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Rings to answer on Call pilot 100

Rings to answer on Call pilot 100

Rings to answer on Call pilot 100

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Hi All

If I have a call pilot 100 AA set to answer a line in 4 rings

Can I have a DN set to line appear only and forward to Call Pilot DN in 4 or does it have to be 6 rings

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Telephone System Repair
Los Angeles

RE: Rings to answer on Call pilot 100

Since you have it as Appear Only you can make it whatever available ring count you want as there is not conflict on a non ringing set.

If you had it at Appear & Ring or Ring Only then if both the sets FNA and AA are set to the same ring count AA usually beats out the FNA setting, therefore FNA ring count should be same or higher than AA.

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