You can have 2 different DNs (phone numbers) on a 7940. You could also make these DNs members of different hunt groups or make 1 a member of a hunt group and the other not. For example, create a pilot point with a DN of 1000. Give the IP phones DNs of 1001, 1002, 1003 and make these DNs members of the hunt group for pilot point 1000. When you dial 1000 the hunt group will find the first available member. You could give these phones DNs 2001, 2002, 2003 for their 2nd line and see different incoming calls on these lines. Does that answer your question?
In CCM administration, assign the DNs under Device -> Phone. Go to Service -> Cisco CM Attendant Console -> Pilot Point. Create a Pilot Point with a DN of 1000. Go to Service -> Cisco CM Attendant Console - Hunt Group. Click the Pilot Point that you just created on the left side of the screen. Click Add Member and choose the Partition and DN that you want as the first Hunt Group member under Device Member Information. Continue adding Hunt Group members in this manner (1001, 1002, 1003). Click Update. Now when you call 1000, the pilot point will look for the first available or longest idle Hunt Group member depending on how you configured the Pilot Point.
Go to Route Plan -> Route Plan Report and click View in File. This will open the Route Plan Report in Excel. Look in the Patter/DN column for the DN. You can then see the Device Name/Description of the device using the DN.
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