This is so simple, if you check this option, any time that you put a phone, the phone automaticaly take a number asigned by ccm, but if you leave this in black you can put the number of line that you prefer. i put the same explanation in spanish ok?
Esto es simple, si usted pone esta opcion automaticamente el ccm pondra una linea/estacion a ese telefono pero si usted deja esta opcion en blanco podras asignar la estacion que quieras a ese telefono.
with check --> auto put the line 6645
without the check--> YOU put any line to the phone like 8544 or what ever you want.
That makes a little more sense than Cisco's explanation that I found. But I am still unclear how or when to use that feature.
What I found under Phone Configuration is, in the section labeled Product Specific Configuration, a blue box on the section separator bar with a white "i" for information. It tells me this about Auto Line Select:
"When enabled, indicates that the phone will shift the call focus to incoming calls on all lines. When disabled, the phone will only shift the focus to incoming calls on the currently used line.
This is a required field.
We just upgraded into 3.3(3) a couple weeks ago, and are exploring all the new and improved configuration parameters to see if there's anything we can use.
Indicates whether the phone shifts the call focus to incoming calls on all lines. When this option is set to No (disabled), the phone will only shift the call focus to incoming calls on the line that is in use. When this option is set to Yes, the phone will shift the call focus to the line with the most recent incoming call.
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