Line Settings

Line Assignment

For systems running in key system mode, the Number of Lines setting is used during initial configuration to automatically assign lines to buttons to each extension. The number of lines specified are assigned in numeric order starting from line 01 assigned to the button 03 upwards. For systems running in PBX system mode, no lines are automatically assigned to buttons.

For both modes, the Line Assignment function can be used to the add additional line appearance buttons.

WARNING
New lines assigned are added to the next button in sequence after any existing line appearance buttons. If the next available button is programmed with a function, that button will be overwritten by the line appearance. For DS and ETR phones, the lines are assigned to the buttons after the intercom (key system mode) or call appearance buttons (PBX system mode). For BST phones the buttons used will depend on the phone model.

 

1408/1416/9404/9408/9504/9508 Phone

1.At either of the first two extensions on the system, with the phone idle, press Admin.
2.Use the up arrow up or down down arrow arrow buttons to scroll the display to System Administration. When shown, press Select.
3.Use the up arrow up or down down arrow arrow buttons to scroll the display to Extensions. When shown, press Select.
4.Use the up arrow up or down down arrow arrow buttons to scroll the display to Line Assignment. When shown, press Select.
5.At the Extension: prompt enter the extension you want to edit.
6.At the Line: prompt enter the two digit line number. For systems running in PBX mode, the number of an ARS selector (65 to 99) can also be entered. The current setting is displayed.
1 = Assigned
The line is already assigned to a button on the extension. Changing the setting to not assigned will remove the line from the line appearance.
2 = Not assigned
The line is not assigned to a button on the extension. Changing the setting to assigned will add the line to the next button after lines already assigned to buttons on the extension.
7.Enter 1 or 2 to change the setting. Alternatively use the left arrow left or right right arrow arrow icons to toggle the setting.
Pressing Default will assign the line to the next non-line button after the intercom or call appearance buttons.
Pressing Button allows the line to be assigned to a particular button by entering the button number or pressing the button.
8.Use the up arrow up or down down arrow arrow buttons to select another line to adjust if required.
Exit programming by pressing PHONE/EXIT. Alternatively use the Back button to move to another menu.

 

 

M7324/M7324N/M7310/M7310N/T7316/T7316E Phone

1.At either of the first two extensions on the system, with the phone idle, press feature small Feature **config (ie. Feature **266344).
If the system has a system password set, it is requested. Enter the password.
2.The phone displays System Admin.
3.Dial #301. The phone displays Line Assignment.
4.At the Extension: prompt enter the extension you want to edit.
5.At the Line: prompt enter the line number. For systems running in PBX mode, the number of an ARS selector (65 to 99) can also be entered. The current setting is displayed.
6.The current setting is displayed.
1 = Assigned
The line is already assigned to a button on the extension. Changing the setting to not assigned will remove the line from the line appearance.
2 = Not assigned
The line is not assigned to a button on the extension. Changing the setting to assigned will add the line to the next button after lines already assigned to buttons on the extension.
7.Enter 1 or 2. If assigning a line, it is automatically assigned to the next non-line button after the intercom or call appearance buttons.
8.To assign it to a particular button, press 3 and enter the button number of press the button required. This will change any current button assignment of that line.
To exit phone based administration at any time, press the Release button. To select a different process use the Next Procedure or Previous Procedure buttons or dial another feature code.

 

ETR 18D/ETR 34D Phone

1.At either or the first two extensions on the system, with the phone idle, press Feature 0 0 followed by two presses of the first intercom or call appearance button.
2.System Administration: is shown on the display.
3.Dial #301. The phone displays Line Assignment.
4.At the Extension: prompt enter the extension you want to edit.
5.At the Line: prompt enter the line number. For systems running in PBX mode, the number of an ARS selector (65 to 99) can also be entered. The current setting is displayed.
6.The current setting is displayed.
1 = Assigned
The line is already assigned to a button on the extension. Changing the setting to not assigned will remove the line from the line appearance.
2 = Not assigned
The line is not assigned to a button on the extension. Changing the setting to assigned will add the line to the next button after lines already assigned to buttons on the extension.
7.Enter 1 or 2. If assigning a line, it is automatically assigned to the next non-line button after the intercom or call appearance buttons.
8.To assign the line to a particular button, press 3 and enter the button number of press the button required. This will change any current button assignment of that line.
Exit programming by pressing Feature 00. You can also exit programming mode by lifting the handset, then placing it back in the cradle.

 

 

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Last Modified: 16/01/2011