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Can I have more than one DID assigned to a single extension?
You definitely can. You may use Call treatments or DID forwarding, to send incoming calls to multiple numbers to a single extension. For example you may have the following:

Extensions

17771230000100
17771230000101

Numbers

12125555000
13145555000
19105555000

You can use Call treatments to send incoming calls to 13145555000 and 19105555000 to extension 17771230000101, while 17771230000100 receives all calls for 12125555000.

Of course you can get even more elaborate and configure even more complex call treatments.

If you still have further questions on this topic please contact us for further assistance.