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Internal + External Page at the same time!

Internal + External Page at the same time!

Internal + External Page at the same time!

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We had a customer who wanted to dial one code for all call page including speaker paging. I have done this B4 by opening up a phone and tapping off the speaker leads thus voiding the warranty. Another way is to program a paging trunk and a BGM trunk, loop the trunks together and then connect to the amp. Then turn on BGM at the phones you want to page.

RE: Internal + External Page at the same time!

Neat idea with the bgm, i'll try that. Couldn't you just dial an all page code?

RE: Internal + External Page at the same time!

(OP)
All Call Page will page internal zones 0 to 5. Zones 6 and 7 are seperate from All Page. Only 16 phones per zone. External paging uses a trunk port and connects to an amp....the way I understand it.

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