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conference calling

conference calling

conference calling

(OP)
How do I figure out how many calls my Definity G3 switch will support on a conference call?  I know they will only support 5 (for a total of 6 parties) on the digital side....but what about analog?  Also is the 5 a limitation on the phone or on the switch?  We are using TN2224B digital cards with 6416D+ phones along with a TN793 analog card.  Any help would be great!

RE: conference calling

The definity will only support up to 6 calls in conference.  An analog set can only conference 2 other parties via the switch hook flash however you can conference 6 people on a digital set, then transfer the 6 person call to an analog set (for instince an analog Polycom Soundstation).  It's irrelavent what version switch, packs, or phones.

-CL

RE: conference calling

(OP)
Thanks.  That is exactly what we want to do with the Polycom.

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