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Has anyone toyed with this setting

Has anyone toyed with this setting

Has anyone toyed with this setting

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Has anyone toyed with this setting on page 13 of 'sys feat': Prefer H.323 over SIP for dual-reg station 3pcc make call?

Mine is set to 'n' and what I'm trying to do is get a SIP based Workplace client to do click to dial with an H.323 dual registered endpoint. Currently, I can only get this fully working when everything is full SIP. Anyone know if changing this setting would allow the h.323 to then go off hook ?

RE: Has anyone toyed with this setting

We were advised not to use dual registration with H323 stations and the workplace client as it's a bit flakey and can do some weird things.

We're in the process of converting all our H323 stations to SIP firmware now.

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