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    #26
    Quote Originally Posted by bobfromfpl View Post
    Using the button command associated the ephone-dn to that line button, whereas previously you had only speed dial 1 configured. When the phones were registered they didn't have a line number assigned. This happens more often than I'd like in my work environment when junior admins delete a directory number versus disassociating it from a device.
    Last night, I kept changing one variable at a time to see what it does.

    I have it mostly down, other than the button X:X configuration. It seems that if both phones have button 1:1 then the buttons on two phones somehow get linked, even though they are different devices ? For example, hitting the button on one phone, changes the icon on another. So, currently I have it as Button 1:1 for one phone and button 1:2 on another .

    I'll need to read up on this to clearly understand this.
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    #27
    "button 1:1" means:

    [Physical phone button number]:[DN number]

    So if both phones are assigned DN 1 [button 1:1] they are essentially sharing a line.

    and if you want to get real crazy, you can use alternate button separators (":") and overlays too

    https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-9449
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