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Key system feature in Mxone 6.2

Key system feature in Mxone 6.2

Hi guys,

Need some help, wherein I have Mitel Mxone 6.1 SP1 system with few SIP 6800 series phone & 5-6 analog trunk lines terminated on TLU83 card.

Requirement : Need to use key system feature on SIP Phones 6867 & 6869 that will have multiple keys. Each key will mapped to analog trunk line & LED on it will indicate which lines are in use/busy.
When I want to place a call, I will just press a button to directly select the a mapped analog trunk line. Further without dialling any access code I can dial external PSTN user.

Also is it possible with Digital handset like 4223 & 4222?

It will be helpful if someone can share details how this can be done.

RE: Key system feature in Mxone 6.2

In the past on a MXONE 5.X I used the EDN and SCA functions, I have not yet tried on version 6 but could work


RE: Key system feature in Mxone 6.2

Hi Satellite1900,

Thank you for ur reply. Can you share the cmds or any such further details on this? I need to carry out this feature on SIP phones & Digital handsets.

RE: Key system feature in Mxone 6.2

STEP 1: (Digital handsets)


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