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Analog Lines on IP Office 412- AUTO PRIVACY

Analog Lines on IP Office 412- AUTO PRIVACY

Analog Lines on IP Office 412- AUTO PRIVACY

(OP)
Can someone explain where I can change the privacy settings for analog lines on a IP 412? Users are claiming they can access lines that are already in use. Thanks in advance..

RE: Analog Lines on IP Office 412- AUTO PRIVACY

This should not be happening.
What versions of IPO are you using?

RE: Analog Lines on IP Office 412- AUTO PRIVACY

(OP)
It's 2.1, not sure of the MR(.17,.18, etc)..

I know the Magix/Partner feature is called Auto Privacy, but can't find anything that closely matched that in the help section on our office switch..

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RE: Analog Lines on IP Office 412- AUTO PRIVACY

There is no such feature on IPO, as IPGuru suggested something is wrong.  Almost sounded like you had a beta version of R3 there.

I'm stumped.  IPGuru?

RE: Analog Lines on IP Office 412- AUTO PRIVACY

It is broken.
It dosent even sound like a known V2.1 bug
still the usual advice:-

1) downgrade to V2.0(18)
2) replace the atm

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