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Help CME !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Any one who can give me the configuration on CME for the belowing requirement. Thanks

Phone2 have the third line, number 4003, 4004.

While 4003 is answering call, call incoming to 4004 will be shown as the

waiting call, and the caller can hear waiting tone, but call incoming to 4003 will be busy.

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Re: Help CME !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Is ephone-dn with number 4003 dual-line ?

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Re: Help CME !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

no such relatived requirement. just the question I mentioned

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: Help CME !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It is a relative requirement.

If your ephone-dn is not dual line the following will happen:

1 - you will not receive call waiting

2 - you will unable to do consultive call transfer.

Consequently, the recommendation is to always use dual-line ephone-dn, unless there is a specific reason to not do so.

Re: Help CME !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Would something like this work? I don't have a lab in front of me, but I'm thinking something like this might work:

ephone-dn 1

number 4003

ephone-dn 2

number 4004

ephone 1

button 1c1,2

-nick

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Re: Help CME !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Thansk Nick.

Should something like that.

I just confuse whether 'c' or 'o' used here in button

Re: Help CME !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

When you do a button ? help, it gives you a URL at the top you can go to for more details.

Basically 'c' is for call waiting and allows the user to see the next call coming in, and 'o' is overlay and the next call just goes to the next user.

-nick

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