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Group ringing over 2 ip-office sites

Group ringing over 2 ip-office sites

Group ringing over 2 ip-office sites

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Does anyone have an solution to solf this problem.

2 ip-office sites
every site has 4 phones is there a posebiliti to let ring all the phones on the 2 sites, so that te customur can answer a call, on both sites.

RE: Group ringing over 2 ip-office sites

At the site where the call is recieved via pstn the destination group can have vitual users that fwd to the ext number on the remote site as well as the local extensions.

RE: Group ringing over 2 ip-office sites

unfoutunatly the above solution only works for hunt & rotory groups (I guess grandmaster is so used to this problem that he forgot to mention it )

RE: Group ringing over 2 ip-office sites

Minor details

RE: Group ringing over 2 ip-office sites

YOu can alway use the overflow group after so may rings?

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