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PBX call routing doubts

PBX call routing doubts

PBX call routing doubts

Hi All,

I have one office (OFFICE 1) with PANASONIC TES 824 which has 1 main line + 7 extension (Total 8 CO lines) and 24 internal extensions. Now i want to shift (OFFICE B) telephone line which has 1 main line + 1 extension( ie total 2 external CO lines same EPBAX TES 824 with 2 or 3 CO port and 8 extension port). What are the possibilities to shift officeB number to office A

1) Ii know the EPBAX is office A is running out of ports. SO need to upgrade EPBAX.

2) Is there any EPBAX that will work like users are calling from 2 different organization like. Clients of Office A see Office A number only and cleints of officeB sees officeB number only. Also is it possible for user to select from which number the outgoing will go. So If one user is representative of both officeA and officeB when he can call officeA cleints using officeA number and when he call officeB he can select officeB number to make outgoing calls??

Please tell all the possibilities and devices...

RE: PBX call routing doubts

I'd suggest posting in the Panasonic forum.... that's where the smart kids hang out...

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