Since the 7936 conference station has only one button and can have a dual channel it can be used max for 3 party call only ???? is there a way i can configure the station with more that 2 people i can call from it using a cme
What you probably need for this user is the ability to setup an AdHoc Conference for Outgoing calling or a Conference Bridge via Meet-Me for Incoming calling. Here is some additional info;
Initiating a Meet-Me Conference Bridge
Meet-me conferences require that a range of directory numbers be allocated for exclusive use of the conference. When a meet-me conference is set up, the conference controller chooses a directory number and advertises it to members of the group. The users call the directory number to join the conference. Anyone who calls the directory number while the conference is active joins the conference. (This situation applies only when the maximum number of participants that is specified for that conference type has not been exceeded and when sufficient streams are available on the conference device.)
When you initiate a meet-me conference by pressing Meet-Me on the phone, Cisco CallManager considers you the conference controller. The conference controller provides the directory number for the conference to all attendees, who can then dial that directory number to join the conference. If other participants in a meet-me conference press Meet-Me and the same directory number for the conference bridge, the Cisco CallManager ignores the signals.
The conference controller chooses a directory number from the range that is specified for the conference device. The Cisco CallManager Administrator provides the meet-me conference directory number range to users, so they can access the feature.
There are some nice Conferencing changes in CME 4.1;
The Cisco Unified CallManager Express 4.1 Multi-party Conferencing Enhancements feature adds digital signal processor (DSP)-based ad hoc and meet-me conferencing to Cisco Unified CME systems. Ad hoc conferences are created when one party calls another party, then either party adds one or more parties to the conference call. Meet-me conferences are created by parties calling a designated conference number. This DSP or hardware-based conferencing allows more parties and more functionality than software-based conferencing which only allows three parties in a conference and no meet-me functionality.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.