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I need to add the shared line (110-182-8082)  on line 2 so that phones that the Remote Call Forward (110-182-8092) number routes to.How to add shared line in call manager please let me know.

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So not quite sure I am following you totally.  A Shared line in callmanager is when a directory number is on more than one phone.  So if you want to add 110-182-8082 to line 2 on a phone simply go into the phone you want to add this to it and click on Add DN for line 2 and fill it out.  You are then done.  If someone calls that number it will ring on both phnones that have that extension.  No sure how the remote call forward part of your questions relates to it though.
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