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configuring a analog trunk for the announcement

configuring a analog trunk for the announcement

configuring a analog trunk for the announcement

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hi folks..
i have  one req. we are nortel option 11c .hope u guys will shed some light on it.
 my boss wants that some one shd be able to dial a no. and pass a message to all the users in the floor.
so we have decided to configure a trunk on a xcot card and conenct to a amplifier , which will then feed to a sound system

i have configured a co trunk and when i dial the access code , the system shows me the status as busy in ld 36. but no voice output comes, the sound system is working fine

can some one help me pls.
thx in advance

RE: configuring a analog trunk for the announcement

I would use a Xut trk card and set up a paging route for it. Probably similar to what you have done with COT card.  Check your books for paging stuff in Feature Guides.

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