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Seting up an intercom group

Seting up an intercom group

Seting up an intercom group

I am trying to set up an intercom group, and unfortunatly I do not have any documentation for our definity system, all I have is the feature manuals which tells me what it does but not how to do it, If any one can shed any light I would be grateful.



RE: Seting up an intercom group

add interc 1
add interc next
cha interc 1
cha sta NNNN
Go to lamp button assignments
assign button as follows
6: dial-icom  Grp: 1
Press button

You may also want to look at group speaker paging

Hope this helps -

Giles. 44 1628 59 7342

RE: Seting up an intercom group

Thanks for the info on seting up intercom groups, worked like a dream.  How would I go about seting up group speaker paging?



RE: Seting up an intercom group

Simon - the command is add group 1.  The group extension field will be the number you dial to do a group page.  Hope this helps.

RE: Seting up an intercom group

Speaker paging is pretty handy (and really impresses the user-base).

As Roche quite rightly said, first you need to add or change the group page group - like so (please excuse the formatting):
add group-page 7                                                Page   1 of   1
    Group Number: 7                             Group Extension:
      Group Name:                                           COR: 1
    Ext     Name                            Ext     Name
  1:                                    17:
  2:                                    18:

Once members have been added, simply call the allocated extention.  Bear in mind that whatever you say will be voiced over all member extentions.

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