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Realitis DX - hunt group question

Realitis DX - hunt group question

Realitis DX - hunt group question

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Hello,

Do any Siemens DX experts know if it is possible to configure all phones in a hunt group to ring all at the same time, ie a broadcast ring, on a Siemens Realitis DX please, instead of the phones bouncing to each extension within the hunt group?

Any tips is much appreciated.

Many thanks.

RE: Realitis DX - hunt group question

Hi there,
I,m afraid that there is no such function on a Realitis DX. The "Hunt Groups" will only do Cyclic (Distribution Group) or Linear (Hunt Group) searching on incoming calls. The only way to get a Realitis DX to call a group of phones simultaneously is probably with the introduction of something like a DAKS server or now known as Openscape Alarm Response OScAR). This is an UNIFY branded conferencing product that uses ISDN30 or ISDN2 trunks as an interface. But it isn't cheap!!
I have attached an overview of this for your information. Not sure if it will help though.

Regards


Simon

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