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We recently upgraded a customer with a MICS 4.1XC to a fully expanded system.  There was a station module in port 8 with a Companion wireless base station, as well as other wired phones.  Does this station mod need to be moved to port 13 or 14 to work again? If so, do I then have to renumber the other station ports?  Looking forward to an answer.

Thanks, Randy

RE: Companion

Yes, if your system expanded to 14 ports, (two 6-port expansion cartridges), the base stations must be physically connected to fiber ports 13 and/or 14 only. And yes, your hard wired station numbers will change.
DueE

RE: Companion

I agree that the sta numbers will change but I beleive that you can then change them back in the
System programming ->change DNs    portion of programming.

JerryReeve
Communications Systems Int'l
com-sys.com

RE: Companion

Jerry, I agree. The new DN's may be changed as you indicated.
DueE  

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