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hospitaity multidevice, suites, etc.

hospitaity multidevice, suites, etc.

hospitaity multidevice, suites, etc.

(OP)
Hi Gents,

MiVB 9.1.

what would be the best way to license and configure the following requirement?

In every room:
-SIP Phone A (Desk) with Line 1 and Line 2.
-SIP Phone B (Bath room) with Line 1 and Line 2.

Line 1 and Line 2 require separate registration on the 3300.

If guest is using Line 1 and a new call comes in, Line 2 should ring. If guest is using Line 1 and and some body else wants to initiate a call, Line 2 should allow outgoing call.

I was thinking to use the multidevice suite license which allows me to register all devices and lines but it only allows one call at a time.

the other option I have is to use Linked suites but that will consume two Multidevice licenses per room.

How would you do it?

cheers,

daniel

www.hatkanatelecom.com

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