I have the 7960 phone and would like to add a second line (the first two were already set up for me). I have read other posts and realize that the phones are naturally set up for 2 lines and 4 speed dials, but I don't know how to set a new profile. I cannot find the "Device" button on my phone. Thanks in advance for any help.
The default phone button template for a 7960 is a 2 x 4 template.
You simply need to copy the existing template, and modify the phone button template to have more lines. Once you have done this, you can apply the phone button template to the phone in question and the additional DN appearances will appear.
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Then Click on Standard 7960 SCCP Copy this and rename it Modify the Line for each button (1-6) as desired and save. Apply button template to the desired phone by selecting this profile for the "Phone Button Template"
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