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Key programmed to Ring

Key programmed to Ring

Key programmed to Ring

I have a M2616 phone(ext 3178) and one of the keys (03) is programmed to blink when ext 3604 is ringing.  I want that line (ext 3604) to ring as well as blink.  I know I have to change it from SCN to SCR but I don't remember how to do it.
Any info would be great.


RE: Key programmed to Ring

ld 11
TYPE: 2616 (from DN or TN printout)
TN 4 0 4 2
ITEM KEY 5 SCR 1210 (user's extension)
return through the rest

to get the TN and list of keys:

ld 20
enter the DN xxxx

ld 11
enter the TN xx xx

RE: Key programmed to Ring

Thanks for the info...Worked GREAT!!!  Can I set that key to have a different ring style?  I notice that there is an "0" next to the extension can I change that to an "1"?

RE: Key programmed to Ring

The number next to the ext. is the caller ID table. You can change the ring for the whole phone but not for individual lines.

CLS= DRG1, DGR2, DRG3, or DRG4

RE: Key programmed to Ring

Well, actually you can have diferent keys on a telephone ring different styles.
You need to have Release 25.x of the software.
(LD 22, ISS).

The feature is called 'Distinctive Ringing by DN'

Set CLS=DRDA and you will get the DNRI and DNRO prompt after you program a new key with scr/mcr to give individual DRG to that key.

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