I am trying to set up a fairly unusual small office setup, and am hoping someone can help me figure out which of the features I need are possible. I am pretty sure some of them are not.
The office has a single standard phone line (1FB) with Caller-ID. The router is a 2621XM 12.3(14)T7 running CME 3.3. The site has 1 analog phone, 1 7960, and 1 fax machine, and the router has a 2fxo and 2fxs wic.
The features I would like to get working:
- I would like inbound calls to ring both the 7960 and the analog phone automatically. Right now I can have it ring one or the other, but not both.
- I would like to be able to switch between the analog and 7960 phones while on a call (this one may not be possible)
- I would like incoming calls to ring the second FXS line at the same time, so that I can plug in the fax when I want to receive a fax.
Bonus points if anyone knows if it is possible to route inbound calls by calling-party ID. If I could route certain numbers to a different extension or fxs port, that would be great for known inbound FAX numbers.
Thanks for the reply. I don't have an option under pots dial peer for connection, so I can't do exactly that. The "no huntstop" seems to be what I was missing, but it still doesn't work. Here's what I have so far:
timing hookflash-out 50
connection plar opx 100
timing hookflash-out 50
dial-peer voice 1 pots
dial-peer voice 3 pots
ephone-dn 1 dual-line
call-forward busy 101
button 1:1 2:2 3s3 4s4
Am I on the right track?
I also didn't know about plar opx. That may be a partial solution. I can have the analog phone plugged into the wall as well, and with plar opx it will ring the 7960 and analog phone. Then if I pick up on the 7960, I can pick up the analog to join the conversation. I just couldn't pick up the 7960 to join a call answered by the analog.
Off to test a bit. Let me know if you see any reason the fxs still wouldn't ring.
I apologize for putting you in the wrong track. When you create an ephone-dn, in essence its creating a virtual dial-peer. This dial-peer and the dial-peer for your analog phone will have the same preference, so the router will randomly select one of the dial-peers and ring that phone. So each time you call, you may get one of the phones to ring and not both.
To create a shared line between the ephone-dn and the analog phone, you will have to use a sccp device such as ATA 186 and plug the analog phone to the ATA. Since ATA and 7960 talks skinny to the router, both can share the same ephone-dn 1 (number 100). When you call inbound, both should ring at the same time.
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