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Which ports does the voicemail use?

Which ports does the voicemail use?

Which ports does the voicemail use?

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I am configuring a nortel voicemail to work with a nortel mics 5.0.  which ports do i use to connect the voicemail to the distribution blocks?

RE: Which ports does the voicemail use?

If you are installing a fiber NAM to the MICS then you will simply plug the DS 30 fiber cable into an available expansion port off of the 2 or 6 port expansion card that would be installed into slot 2.

The NAM will choose which ports it will use. To find out what it choose, do a Feature 985. The set number that comes up is what you will use in Forward No Answer settings etc.

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RE: Which ports does the voicemail use?

If it is a StarTalk Flash - any digital ports will do.  I usually put them on the last available.

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