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Finding which lines are use on a PBX

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Is there an easy way Find out which phone lines are been used on a PBX.

Is it possible for me to log into the PBX box and find this information, I don't

have that much experience with PBX, so any alternate solutions will help.



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There are tons of PBX variations out there...some still in use today are over 30 years old. There is really no way (that I know of) to tell you how to use the system unless we know exactly which PBX system you are running. Of course you need to know the login credentials as well.
Alternatively, you can call your telco and they should be able to give you a report for the B1 lines and PRI's coming into your company...including a usage report.
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