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Remote monitoring

Remote monitoring

Remote monitoring

I have a quick question, How do I activate remote monitoring with a CICS and T7208 or M7208 phones or extencions in a room?  I explain.  There is a baby room and I want to monitor every sound in this room using the telephone.

RE: Remote monitoring

You could simply do a Feature 66, dial the extension number of the room and listen to everything in the room. Hang up when you are done. It is an active call though and the listening phone would be seen as on a call as well as the phone in the baby's room.
It is an imperfect way to monitor. You would be better off getting a regular baby monitor. $40 bucks or so.

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RE: Remote monitoring

Feature 66 will keep beeping. Option is a doorphone set to full handsfree yes and auto handsfree yes in the baby room, then just intercom the extension. no beeping then!

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