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Nec 9100 2 PRI on same system but 2 different schools

Nec 9100 2 PRI on same system but 2 different schools

Nec 9100 2 PRI on same system but 2 different schools

(OP)
Im installing a Second PRI for a company that moved into a school as a district office. The School already has 1 PRI. How do I setup the 2nd PRI to be seperate. They will close at different times.
Im guessing I have to do DID mode switching not to familiar with that.
Here are the commands I think I need just dont know what to put in them
22-02
22-11
22-17
15-06
14-07
Thanks in advance

RE: Nec 9100 2 PRI on same system but 2 different schools

12-05 and 12-06.
Assignment the extensions and trunks for the second school to a different time service group.
Time patterns are in 12-02

RE: Nec 9100 2 PRI on same system but 2 different schools

(OP)
Thank you

RE: Nec 9100 2 PRI on same system but 2 different schools

You can also use this with manual night mode.

RE: Nec 9100 2 PRI on same system but 2 different schools

(OP)
the school uses day automatic night mode and also the offices close at a different time.

RE: Nec 9100 2 PRI on same system but 2 different schools

(OP)
I called ntac and they said I have to setup DID mode switching. Is anyone familiar with that?

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