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how sharing an audio stream in two or more Ip telephones?

Hi everybody.

I wonder if you can make a call in which two or more people can listen to the conversation without using the functionality of the conference or the contact center, in other words, two or more IP phones have the functionality to take the call and listen to the conversation.

analog lines similar to accounts in which a line with several phones and all phones that are connected to it can hear the conversation.

I hope you understand me

regards

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Hall of Fame Super Red

how sharing an audio stream in two or more Ip telephones?

Hi Mauro,

You can use "Shared Lines" with Barge

Look for "Single Button Barge"  to simplify the user experience.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/admin/8_5_1/ccmfeat/fsbarge.html#wp1034920

Cheers!

Rob

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how sharing an audio stream in two or more Ip telephones?

Thank Rob.Huffman

the answer is very satisfactory, but this create a conference not?, the client only want off hook the phone and listen the conversation.

it's possible this ?

regards

Cisco Employee

how sharing an audio stream in two or more Ip telephones?

Best you can do with just CUCM is Barge as Rob mentioned, any other possibility, requires a separate app for call monitoring.

And yes, Barge does conference you in using the BIB or a separate CFB, there's no way to do what you're asking with just CUCM.

You don't even mention what you're currently using.

HTH

java

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HTH

java

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New Member

how sharing an audio stream in two or more Ip telephones?

thank you both,

it's clear to me that the only option would be to barges.

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