In a Cisco Unified CME system, each phone can have up to 32 local speed-dial numbers (codes 1 to 32), up to 99 system-level speed-dial numbers (codes 1 to 99), or a combination of the two. If you program both a local and a system-level speed-dial number with the same speed-dial code (tag), the local number takes precedence. Typically you will want to reserve codes 1 to 32 for local, per-phone speed-dial numbers and use codes 33 to 99 for system-level speed-dial numbers so that there is no conflict.
If the same tags 1 through 33 are configured at a phone-level by using speed-dial command, and at a system-level by using this command, the local definition takes precedence. To prevent this conflict, we recommend that you use only codes 34 to 99 for system-level speed-dial numbers.
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