We have to set an emergency number that work follows:
There are three different parties who should attend the call at the same time. Let say, we have Emergency center, Security and the clinic. When there is an emergency the user will dial the emergency number and all of the parties (emergency team, security and clinic) should attend the call and participate in the conversation.
I tried to do it by using the shared line but it doesn't work because the first one who goes off hock will take the call and the others will not be there.
We did it before in our PABX as parallel lines and now we want to stop our PABX.
It sounds as if you need a conferencing solution and probably with some sort of password... The easiest way to do it would be for the first person on the bridge to initiaite a Meetme confrerence with predertermined DN and then all others just dialing in. You may want to look into something more advanced then that based on your requirements... Maybe Meetingplace. -Adam
The only option I can think of off the top of my head would be similar to the way paging is handled with some of the services out there and do it via a custom service. You can have the phones dialed via CTI from a central server, you should be able to have a meet me set up that is monitored and launch the calls as soon as a phone has dialed into that extension.
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