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1) Can a SEP (Cisco phone) have several line connections? 2) If yes, what happens with the linestate of the lines if one line is restricted? 3) What does the below log mean? I want a linestate on ext 5228 but gets that line 5229 is restricted? Both lines is connected to same SEP. 2009-08-20...
What happens if there are two lines as extension mobility (user device profiles) connected/configured to one SEP where one of them is restricted? Does the other line inherit the restricted lines "configuration"?