Question about Lucent AT&T 1825 Corded Phone (23069)
The caller ID will not work and the lights won't come on
SOURCE: Caller ID
There's a whole sequence of CID associations that need to be done to make CID work the way you want it. It requires an 18 or 34 D, and you start turning on system programs 317, 318, 319 and program a Feature 23 button to the phone that logs all calls.
A linkable PDF is available here. Start at section 4-10 and use the blue links to understand the programming. Full step-by-step instructions are beyond the scope of a free forum.
Posted on Oct 07, 2008
The CID comes from the trunk card and cabinet. It's probably a Legend or a Magix system. If you don't have the proper hardware, you need to order and program it.
Your best bet is to call your AT&T/Avaya/Lucent installer and check with them as it's beyond the scope of a free forum to give exact instructions.
Posted on Oct 14, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks, Carl! I thought it would have been easier than this... bummer!!"
The caller id information is sent from your local telco provider after the first ring and might not be able to be extended to the individual sets, try backing off the ring to answer on your voice mail from 2 to 3 rings to see if the information is then passed on. The Voice Messaging System message is being sent from the system showing who transfered the call to you. You should also notice that the ring pattern when that message is displayed is a standard ring followed by a beep meaning a transfer is taking place.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
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