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Old 05-15-2014, 01:19 PM
brown661 brown661 is offline
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Hi fellow forum users,

I'm currently learning about Avaya systems and came across the term 'x-port' station today.

The engineer I was speaking to said to another colleague that he had made the conference stations 'x-port'.

Could anyone explain what this means? Do they contact the call server in a different way, or require any other administration?

Both seemed to busy to explain to me.... Much appreciated if you could.
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Old 05-15-2014, 01:57 PM
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It is a station not attached to a physical port. In the port field you place an X hence the term x-port. The extension will still have the functionality of a physical station but no hardware attached. The station can still be bridged to line appearances on physical phones where it can ring.

The engineer I was speaking to said to another colleague that he had made the conference stations 'x-port'.
Not clear on what this engineer is referring to.
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