Basically, you assign an unused ephone and an ephone dn. As long as you have the ata firmware on flash, it should automatically assign the ephone dn to the ata. Also, if you want the 2nd analog port to register, just create another unused ephone/ephone-dn. It worked great for me.
Sorry...What I was saying was I got my ATA adapters to register without using the auto assign command. I simply used the process I stated before, and the ATA's came up automatically...both ports! CM is not even that easy.
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