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Configure Normal Extension on SPA500S Attendant Console that is connected to SPA500 Series IP Phone
An attendant console is an expansion module that is connected with the IP Phone to increase the number of extensions that can be assigned to the IP Phone. With the SPA500S, 32 more extensions can be added. The extensions can be configured as a normal extension, a shared line, a monitor line, a watch, an overlay, an intercom, or a dialable intercom. Normal extension configuration on SPA500S is same as a normal extension configuration for an IP Phone.
The objective of this article is to explain how to configure a normal extension on the SPA500S Attendant Console with the use of the Cisco Configuration Assistant (CCA).
Note: The SPA500DS will not work with the UC500 series unified communication devices and will only work with UC320 unified communication device.
• UC500 Series Device • SPA500S • SPA500 Series IP Phone