As far as the VG248 there are two concepts of a shared line.
There is the standard shared line like you would have with two IP Phones, you can share the line across two IP Phones. You can do exactly the same with the VG248. This is not a privacy issue.
The second type of shared line is where you have a single VG248 port connected to a wallsocket to which you connect a phone splitter, this is splitting the signal on a physical level. So your basically connecting two handsets to one port. This is a privacy issue as both parties can pick up the phone and listen to each others conversation, just like you can when you have two phones on the same line at home.
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