Question about NEC Lands Phones
The phones in our office were set up over 13 years ago. I want my phone to ring with external callers so that I can help out the front desk. There must be some type of setting that I can turn on and off in order to allow external calls to ring though to my phone without having to select a particular line first.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your system lost its programming. It will need to be reprogrammed completely. The lines are ringing on the extensions where I voicemail is, unplug voicemail and at least lines will ring in correctly.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
SOURCE: I need to set the
Partner ACS systems come with Centralized programming instructions. Most of them starting with Feature 00 Left Intercom twice and Right Intercom. When you dial an extension, the lights will be solid or blink according to how it's programmed and you press each button to turn on or off or delay ringing.
Your system administrator should have a book.
Posted on Sep 28, 2010
SOURCE: We have a 92573 NEC
Hi please find above a link for your user manual. This is about the best I can do.
Try removing the phone from wall & telephone jack, wait say 5 mins, now reconnect it all back up.
Then using the manual and working from step ONE.. work through the setup steps FROM THE BEGINNING, I know it's a pain but...just do it..lol.. and I am sure you will prevail, usually it is a simple wrong or miss-step that can muck things up... so just carefully and slowly work through the settings and hopefully you will prevail
However IF after you have done so, and you are sure that you are right in what you have done, then you may indeed have a faulty instrument, of course the ONLY way to eliminate this is by substitution, with a "Known good" unit.and try that one in it's place.
But often before I consign things to the "bin" I will often get an offsider to do exactly what i have done, IE: Re-setup the device, sometimes, they will interpret things differently and may see a misstep or mistake, or step that has been made, that one may have missed, remember the object is to get it all going again, and it doesn't matter how it gets fixed.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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