The MAA (Multiple Address Appearances) feature permits the availability of one or more non-shared lines on a single device. A device contains at least one main DN, and can be configured with other DNs in addition to the main DN.
Each MAA line operates local to the device, including line status and call processing. An MAA line can appear on another device by using the multiple contacts feature.
Because MAA lines operate locally, when multiple contacts are in use, each device has simultaneous access to the associated MAA on their device. No status information is shared between the MAA multiple contacts.
The MAA non-shared line is configured for the SIP subscriber endpoint with a line type of private. Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony views these lines as a basic registration.
Parent topic: Calling Services