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KXT-D1232 with analog cordless phone

KXT-D1232 with analog cordless phone

KXT-D1232 with analog cordless phone

(OP)
The CEO of my company want to have a cordless phone in his executive conference room.  I know that you can plug a standard analog set into the XDP port of a desktop phone, or just directly into the wall jack as it uses the center pair.  What I am not clear on is how you actually use the extension with an analog DTMF capable set.  I assume one uses hook-flash plus key sequences to do things like transfer, put calls on hold, etc.  Is there a good reference source for this type of information.  I have the phone system manual, but I am not sure of the nomenclature that Panasonic uses to describe these types of useage, and this bloody manual is over 1000 pages!

I checked FAQs and did a number of forum searches to no avail.  Direction?  Thanks!

RE: KXT-D1232 with analog cordless phone

there is a standard phone user guide !

RE: KXT-D1232 with analog cordless phone

(OP)
That is EXCELLENT news!  Can you provide me some information about what the book is called?  Or is it a chapter of the manual?  Thank you in advance.

RE: KXT-D1232 with analog cordless phone

Go and check out www.wedophones.com for manual/ ref matereial.


RE: KXT-D1232 with analog cordless phone

In The User Manual it is termed as SLT Features (should be section 5)it will give you all the feature codes

RE: KXT-D1232 with analog cordless phone

or if the portable has a (int) or (R)button on it most do. these can also be used as a hold or transfere button.



                              peter


                            

RE: KXT-D1232 with analog cordless phone

(OP)
I just looked up Chapter 5, and Trotski was right on.  Thanks for the guidance!

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