Ok I was working on this phone that also has a phone attached to it for reception to add more lines(dont know what its called im new at norstar) What i did was disconnect it from the modular wall mount because i needed two pairs out of the catV to run another phone. Anywasy I disconnected it and hooked the 3 pairs up to the 2 rj45 keystones (2 for the original 1 pair for the new one). But now i only get power to the phone and not the added box. What did i do wrong. I even tried reconnecting it the modular mount but still only one will come one part of the orignal phone comes on (yes i reconnected the 2 pairs in every combination possible). So Im pretty stumped.
Here is what you need. The regular phone has a small (1 inch by 1/4 inch) plug, under the plastic base. That Serial connection will plug directly into the botton of the expansion unit you need to attach. The regular phone runs off of 2 wires (Normally white blue, blue white) And then the buttons will need to be proammed within the system.
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In tech programming (Config) you need to got to the Line data and remove lines 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 from the pool it is in, make it none. Note if line 1 is in use then you cannot call out. Note sure why you would want line 1 as your outbound, systems are to use the bottom lines out and work their way up and inbound starts at the top and works their way down.
If you dont know how to program or the password call your local vendor in for a 1 hour charge.
If there is some strange reason then state what the setup or issue is and we can see if there is a work around.
Programming is done on M7310, M7324 and T7316 sets. To set up ringing you need to enter programming by pressing the feature key followed by **266344.When prompted to enter the password enter 266344. The screen should say TERMINALS&SETS. The 4 top line/feature keys are now used for programming. At the terminals&sets prompt, press the show key (top right arrow). The display should now ask for an extension number. Enter extension number you wish to program ringing on. Press the show key (top right arrow) The display should sat LINE ACCESS Press the show key (top right arrow) . The display should say LINE ASSIGNMENT. Press the show key (top right arrow) . The display ask for a line number. press list The display should say line 001: appear& ring
press the Chng key till it says appear only press next key (lower right arrow)
The display should say line 002: appear &ring repeat the procedure the same as line 001 for the remaining ringing lines
The solution for someone using the administrator phone (receptionist phone) is after discovering you have a fax call, depress the <link> button. Dial the fax number, wait for it to answer, then depress <link> again. This places call 1 with an outside number.
Apparently this is also available if you have a feature button by depressing <feature> <7> <1> instead of <link>. I haven't tried this so don't take my word for it.
This can also be used to forward a caller to an outside line, such as a cell phone. In the manufacturing business, our shop manager is never in the office. I may ask him if this is a viable solution.