The 302D Attendant Console is a versatile receptionist phone console that works behind any DEFINITY® system running any release of software that supports any two-wire DCP line circuit card. The 302D Attendant Console is a two-wire unit with optional expansion module 26C. It is also supported in configurations running Communication Manager on Avaya Media Servers and Media Gateways.
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