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I had the same problem on my Lucent 854 phone. It could be because the intercom number hasn't been assigned yet. To assign an intercom number, leave the handset in the cradle, then hit PROGRAM (which on my phone was on the bottom row on the far left of the speed dial buttons), then *, then #, then hit a two digit number, then press the intercom button.
If it works, you'll hear a louder ring, then your ringing will stop.
Im guessing by Lucent 308 you mean Lucent Partner ACS. Changing ringing on a Partner system is done on either ext 10 or 11.
At one of those ext's press the feature key and "00" Next press the left hand intercom twice The display should say system programming
Press the right hand intercom once. The display should say Centralized Programming.
Enter in the extension number that you want to program.
Press the line that you want to ring.
A solid light on the line means immediate ringing
A slow flashing light means delayed ringing (meaning the phone will wait 3 rings before starting to ring.)
A fast flashing light means no ringing.
When finished with that station press the right hand intercom and enter in the next extension to program and set ringing accordingly.
You can get a splitter for it which will then divide that one phone jack into 3 out or 4 out which ever you need. the only problem that you might run into is how close the phones might be to each other. Otherwise there isn't much other ways around it with only one phone jack.