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BCM50R6 link time

BCM50R6 link time

BCM50R6 link time

(OP)
Team hi
Could someone remind me where I can find the link time in order to change it according to analog set settings so they can perform the digital commands by pressing flash * something?
I am using UK profile.

regards

Nikos

RE: BCM50R6 link time

(OP)
Searching I found that UK profile has no link time defined in documentation.
see attached screenshot. So the question is how do we use the analog sets in order to do R *70 for example or other digital features?
Can any UK fried update?
My setup is a BCM50R6 with 2 Panasonic dect sets that we need to be able to transfer calls or perform other R* something commands.



Thanks

Nikos

RE: BCM50R6 link time

Check these:
Timer:
Telephony/Global/FeatureSettings/ far bottom right

Link Allowed:
Telephony/Sets/Restriction/SetRestriction/Allow Link (last check box)

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