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I have a (VB-5250XF) PBX with (VB-5211 ADEX) telephones. I want to make changes to the calling restrictions for cellular phones. I dont have the manual, very difficult to find. BR Luis Demay

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Two of the above codes work for me, so let's figure out what you're doing. First of all, did you convert the intercom calls to ringing on all calls? If I have auto answer turned on, I can't pick up anything.

If the phone is ringing, I can use 40 and 41xx to pick it up. I can retrieve a call from hold by dialing 53x where x is the line number on hold (just in case you're trying this with a cordless or single line set).

By default, all extensions are in pickup group 1, but 41xx directed call pickup will always work if the Call pickup deny is properly set as you indicated

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SOURCE: Lucent 960 corded telephone

I know this was posted 2 years ago, but I'll try to answer the questions anyway.

1) By itself, the AT&T 960 telephone does not have the ability to forward calls. That would be a function of your service provider (or in this case the PBX that it is connected to).

2) How to forward calls varies from PBX to PBX. You would need to speak with someone who administers the telephone system.

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If you have all the manuals, and one of them happens to be the PTPM, check out program 600. It's the place you turn the DXDP on.


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Panasonic vb-44223-g the light is on


Normally this is the Voicemail indicator light. If you have a button programmed for voicemail you can push that button and if the system calls the VM system it should clear after you listen to the message.

Another way the light can get turned on is if the system call back feature got activated. If this is the case you just need to call the station that called you and turned on your light. Again if you have a message button this will call that extension in the office. Once they pick up the phone the light should clear. Worst case you can try calling every extension in the office and eventually you will find it.

One last option is if the phone is connected to a PBX model 576 or HD576 (This is the brain box in the closet or basement) you can dial *4 plus your extension number or *5 plus your extension number are the default message light codes. One code says turn on the light the other says turn off the light. If your system is an older system 40, 72, or 96 this will not work.

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Do I have to dial 9-1 before the area code when faxing?


Hello, If you are in an office or corporate environment where the phone system is on a PBX you need to dial 9 usually to get outside the office. If you just have the unit setup at home or to an analog phone jack (not going thru a PBX) then just dial 1 + area code + number. If the number is local then don't use a 1, just the phone number and area code.
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This is a hard to describe problem, but from time to time our phone will not give us an outside line. However, when someone calls the number, the phone rings and then we have an outside line again - at...


The coils on your PBX need tuned. These coils need to be on a regular maintenance schedule
so that they are impedance-matched to the telephone company's equipment (their line cards).
The incoming call causes the telco's line card to try to adjust its impedance to your
PBX's out-of-tune coils, and you get access to outside lines for awhile, but the telco's line
card tends to return to the impedance specs that it "knows" is correct, and when that
happens, your PBX loses access to outside lines until you (or a customer) calls into the PBX
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We used to have a guy come in whenever we had phone problems but he retired. One of my co-workers somehow tried to transfer a person to one of our other locations but in the process have put lines 1 and 5...


When you transfer a call from the outside to an outside place, it will use two external lines for the duration of the call. Sounds like there the PBX is not configured for "disconnect supervision," (DS) meaning that it can't detect when the call finished on either side, so it holds those lines in use. Even if you set DS up on the PBX, the telephone company be sure the lines are programmed for COD (clear on disconnect).

If you do external transfers, you need to set up disconnect supervision on the PBX and COD from the telephone company.

This will probably involve the services of a professional, unless you are comfortable navigating the
internal menus of the PBX.

You can clear the lines by disconnecting the amphenol connector for the outside lines for a few seconds and reconnecting it (which will disconnect all outbound calls) or by rebooting the PBX.

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2 lines in use with no-one on them


This can happen if you transfer a call from outside to another outside line, or if somone has their phone set to forward to an outside line (like a cell phone)

Also, if you do not have "Disconnect Supervision" on your trunks and "Clear on Disconnect" (COD) set by the phone company, this can happen.

This sort of fix is usually done by a telephone professional, but you can do it if you specify the model number of the PBX that you have.

To clear the lines, you either need to reboot the PBX or temporarily disconnect the lines from the PBX.

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How can our company keep the same password to our voicemail the same every few weeks we have to put in a new password.


A regular user wouldn't be able to make this change. The requirement to change passwords is a setting in the main telephone switch or PBX that your building or company uses. A technician would have to make the change at the switch or PBX unit in your frameroom.

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Fax problem. Trying to send international fax to France. I can hear the fax number being dialed ok, but no connection after 12 rings. Calling fax number from phone hooked up through mp530 connects ok! ...


Hi ...

It might be possible that the line is loose or the long distance calling code is incorrect. Follow the below instructions which might resolve the problem.

Sending Using a Long Distance Calling Code The telephone company or PBX system may use long distance calling codes on a phone line as a means to manage long distance calls. This service may extend to a fax phone line and for local phone calls as well. To use a calling code for faxing, enter a pause (or pauses, as necessary) in the dialing sequence to allow time for the phone system to distinguish between the phone number and the calling code. For example, if the calling code has to be entered after the phone number, press <Redial/Pause> after the long distance number and then enter the calling code.
Here is an example of a couple of variations that may be used by the phone company / PBX system. (For details on time sequence between the long distance number and when you must enter the calling code, please contact your phone company or telecommunications specialist.)
Long distance number: 212.555.1212
Calling code: 123456
Scenario One: 12125551212p123456 Scenario Two: 123456p12125551212

Note: The above scenarios include a pause (p) in between the dialing sequence. This pause may be necessary to allow the phone system to detect each set of dialing sequences. The pause length can be adjusted from one to nine seconds, the default is two seconds.

Tips to help you send a fax using a calling code.
  1. To send a fax using a calling code, it may be necessary to add a pause(s) before the next string of dialing digits. The above example shows how a calling code is used to dial a long distance fax number. To provide time before the calling code number is dialed and avoid misdialing, a pause should be added.

    Example: 12125551212p123456

    The number of pauses will depend on the phone / PBX system.

    It is suggested to confirm if the time before the next set of digits is dialed will always be constant. This way you can always use the same number of pauses for that dialing sequence. If needed, you can also change the pause [Pause time] length from its default 2 seconds.

  2. Connect a telephone to the fax machine.
    1. Connect a line cord from the telephone wall jack to the [L] jack (or item <1>) on the fax machine.

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    2. Connect a line cord from the extension telephone port on the fax machine (top jack (or item <2>)) to an external telephone.

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  3. To send a fax using a calling code, it is recommended to dial using the attached telephone.
    1. Press the <FAX> button on the operator panel.
    2. Insert the documents face-up on the ADF.

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    3. Pick up the handset of the attached telephone and confirm you hear a dial tone.
    4. Dial the fax destination number on the attached telephone.
    5. When you are prompted to enter your calling code, dial it on the attached phone.
    6. When you hear the remote fax machine's high-pitched receive tones, press <Color> to send a color fax or <Black> to send a black and white fax. The audio signal heard from the handset will be cut off.
    7. Hang up the handset.
    8. When the transaction is complete, the fax machine will return to standby mode.
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You need to log into the PBX and change the name in the Telephone Directory. You can't do it from the phone

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Lucent 960 corded telephone


I know this was posted 2 years ago, but I'll try to answer the questions anyway.

1) By itself, the AT&T 960 telephone does not have the ability to forward calls. That would be a function of your service provider (or in this case the PBX that it is connected to).

2) How to forward calls varies from PBX to PBX. You would need to speak with someone who administers the telephone system.

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