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4 Phones ringing at the same time

4 Phones ringing at the same time

4 Phones ringing at the same time

How can do that the calls realized to an extension sound in 4 stations simultaneously?

RE: 4 Phones ringing at the same time

A few ways:
1.create bridged-appearances on the phones you would like the "dialed" number to ring on. cha sta XXXX (digital) page 3 button assignments enter on line "brdg-appr BTN:1 Ext. XXXX then do button 2 for the same extension and button 3. Basically this is telling the phone that you want to duplicate per say the first 3 buttons of the "dialed" phone number you want to ring.
2. Create a coverage-answer group and put the 4 phones in plus the "dialed" number that you want to ring on all phones.
Thats all I can think of quickly... and easily

Good Luck and let me know if this helps... thanks

RE: 4 Phones ringing at the same time

On more..
Add term-ext-group for 4 extensions.

RE: 4 Phones ringing at the same time

Thank's a lot. I've solved the problem!!!

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