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Configure SD [Speed Dial] on unused SPA9x2 line key

Configure a speed dial (SD) to an unused line key on a SPA9x2 phone.

Note: You can also define up to 8 speed dials without using line keys [see end of message]

Define a SD on a line key as follows:

Phone’s web-ui > Phone tab > Line Key N:

Extension: Disabled                        Short Name: SDTest

Share Call Appearance: private

Extended Function: fnc=sd;sub=812144735876@$PROXY;ext=812144735876@$PROXY

Where:

fnc—function

sd—speed dial

sub—tag to assign the SUBSCRIBE URL

812144735876:

8—steering digit

1—long distance

214—area code

4735876—DID

$PROXY—$PROXY [literally type this in]

ext—extension to dial [DID with steering digit in this case (strictly speaking, extension of phone being monitored)]

Use this speed dial by pressing the associated line key.

The release note syntax: fnc=type;sub=stationname@$PROXY;ext=extension#@$PROXYvid=#

Where: vid=#—specifies the extension the sidecar key is associated with.  By default, it is Ext 1. 

For example, if you have a registered Ext 2 with another proxy server, and you want to monitor other lines from that new account, you'll need to add "vid=2".  When Ext 2 registers, the SUBSCRIBE message is then sent.

Assign up to 8 regular speed dials without using Line Keys:

Phone’s web-ui > User tab > Speed Dial > Speed Dial N: 812144735876

Where:

N—speed dial 2 through 9

812144735876:

8—steering digit

1—long distance

214—area code

4735876—DID

Use a regular speed dial by pressing the number, example “2” and then pressing the Dial soft key on the phone.

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