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Old 04-05-2011, 11:17 AM
shaw17 shaw17 is offline
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Default E911 configuration and logining into a phone

Hello I am new to this forum so I hope that I ask this question correctly. I work for a hospital in Chicago, IL; we have a new building going up and have selected Avaya Aura 6.0 as the PBX. We also have Juniper network gear going in.

My question is about E911 and what happens to the settings if a user log's into a phone. We did not buy Red Sky or any other E911 software, what we are doing is using VLANS and separating the floors into two different sections. One side goes to the south IDF and the other to the North IDF. Is there a way to program a button for E911 that will not change if a user from a different floor logs into a phone on a different floor?
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