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CS 1000 dn forwarding

CS 1000 dn forwarding

CS 1000 dn forwarding

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hello all. I have a DN that I need to temporarily Transfer to another switch network. Currently it feeds one TN, but that TN has 3 MARP lines, 2616 station. I'm, assuming I will need to build another 2616 station, with the one line, as the single MARP line and then forward the number from that station to the new switch. Once this security center is finished and ready to go online, not transferring back and forth, I'll need to remove it from the existing station and point the number at the other switch. am I missing anything?

thanks in advance for your thoughts.
Wil Bailey

RE: CS 1000 dn forwarding

Just build another set such as a M2616 and when you add in the DN it will mention "MARP". Make sure you add in "YES" and this should give you the main DN. Also add in CLS CFXA.

Set up your call forward and it should be fine. You will have to leave the phone plugged in for it to work.

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