According to the on-line tutorial, once I establish a three-way conference call, the soft "more" key is supposed to be displayed and I should be able to add more callers to the conference call making it a four-way or five-way call etc. Well, the more key does not show up on the display after the first two callers are connected together...am I missing something here or is the tutorial verbiage wrong?
Unfortunately, my service provider is SpeakEasy, not Cisco and I am the admin, but there is nothing in my sys config that matches what you just gave me above. To me, from the Cisco tutorial, it looks like the phone is designed to conference more than three people, but I'm not sure how to get my service provider to change the parameters from their side...I think they want to sell me conference bridging for $.12/minute/line in. Any suggestions?
That's right eug-c :) (5 points for your recent participation here!)
Kevin, the tutorial assumes that the Callmanager Conference Bridge is available to be used in this instance. These type of Bridging services are not cheap and the cost that you were quoted does not seem too unreasonable. The 7900 series of IP Phones do not have any "built-in" capabilities to setup "Adhoc" conferences :(
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