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Paging Digial to IP phone

Paging Digial to IP phone

Paging Digial to IP phone

We have a 403 and are using both digital and ip phones. When we try to set up paging to a group of IP phones we get a "Number Busy" message when trying to page that group. Another wierd behavior is that when you try to send a page call to a group of all digital phones from an IP phone you must use the handset, the call connects but the recieving group will only hear dead air if the caller is using speaker phone to make the page.

Digitals- 4412D+ & 4424D+ 4450 DSS
IP Phones: 4606
IP Group set up as Ringgroup

Any ideas?

RE: Paging Digial to IP phone

What version software?  Paging to IP phones was not supported in versions prior to R2.0.  I could be wrong, but the release notes (yea!!!) will describe if it is supported.


RE: Paging Digial to IP phone

We are using 2.0, I will have to check the release notes and see if it is mentioned.

RE: Paging Digial to IP phone

When you page the IP group have you got enough VCM channels to cover all the phones in the group, if not you will get busy.

RE: Paging Digial to IP phone

You cannot page to IP Phones untill 2.1 release

RE: Paging Digial to IP phone

Thanks for the info!

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