How do we keep AdHoc conferencing abilities when MeetMe is enabled?

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May 6th, 2009
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We set up the MeetMe feature on our UC520.  We have IOS version 20T.  NOw that we have MeetMe working, our normal Adhoc conferencing ability went away ?!

The phone displays the message "cannot complete conference".


We followed the steps in the attached doc and had our tech review it one more time. What are we missing?

It's probably very easy ( I hope) and we're just missing a few commands...


Thx,

Stacy

Correct Answer by Marcos Hernandez about 8 years 2 weeks ago

Once hardware conference is enabled in the UC500, even three party conferences that are normally handled in software, will use hardware resources. It is for this reason, that Ad-hoc ephone DN's may be needed. Please define DN's in the safe range and configure them as shown below (notice the "preference" command. Also, you will need a dual line DN for each pair of participants):


!
ephone-dn 31 dual-line
description ad-hoc conference extension
number A000
conference ad-hoc
no huntstop
!
ephone-dn 32 dual-line
description ad-hoc
number A000
conference ad-hoc
preference 1
no huntstop
!


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Marcos Hernandez Wed, 05/06/2009 - 13:55
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Once hardware conference is enabled in the UC500, even three party conferences that are normally handled in software, will use hardware resources. It is for this reason, that Ad-hoc ephone DN's may be needed. Please define DN's in the safe range and configure them as shown below (notice the "preference" command. Also, you will need a dual line DN for each pair of participants):


!
ephone-dn 31 dual-line
description ad-hoc conference extension
number A000
conference ad-hoc
no huntstop
!
ephone-dn 32 dual-line
description ad-hoc
number A000
conference ad-hoc
preference 1
no huntstop
!


Marcos