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We are migrating from digital phone to ITP VOIP phones.

Currently are users are assigned extensions 201-208.

Is there a way move the ITP phone ports to use those same extension numbers.

I have reviewed installation tool 6.3.2, and it appears I can move the ITP ports to just about every range except 201-208 range.

Is there some way to complete this?

I thought I would just be able to change it in Numbering Plan, the VOIP stuff seems to have some interesting numbering mechanisms.

The numbering plans lists the MGI cards numbers as 3801-3816, however, to reach the phones you would physically dial 3201-3216. When I attempt to "overwrite" the 201-216 ports of the existing keysets, the software indicates that I am overwriting ports ~272-287.

I have been through every screen in the installation tool and I cannot see where the unit maps the 3201 to the 271/3801, etc.

In 6.3.2, there is some virtual card reconfiguration options that lets you change up certain mappings, however, it doesn't seem to let me put ITP sets in the 201-216 extension range.

What am I missing?  
 
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There isnt a way to move ports as such, but you can re-number the ports.
Before you change anything take a full backup off the systm.

You need to go to mmc 724 or 2.8.0 depending on the view selected.
You should see the extn numbers of the ports listed on the right hand side.
At the top of the screen you should see a heading called Cabinet and a drop down menu, click on this and select C3.

This should load up the IP phone port numbers. Look for S5 on the left, these are the ip phone ports. (3201 upwards on a default system)
Be carefull when overwriting, you can seriously mess the system up if you make a mistake.

You need to double click the 32xx number and overwrite it with the new extn number.
If the extn already exists you will get an overwrite warning. Click the overwrite button.

This will now have changed the first IP phone port to whatever extn number you typed in and delete that number from the digital port.

You can then go back to C1 on the drop dowmn menu and assign a new number to the digital ports you removed.

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