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PAP2T Capability

Dears,

I'm thinking of buying a PAP2T for my home usage, but I have some questions:

  • It should be able to be configured to 2 different service providers (for incoming & outgoing calls)
  • I would like to plug only one phone which would function with the 2 lines provisionned:
    • so that this phone receives all calls from the 2 service providers.
    • so that I could route calls from the only phone based on number analysis either to one or to the other service provider.

Thanks for your feedback,

JMS

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Re: PAP2T Capability

You can have two different service providers, one for line 1 and another for line 2.

There's no auto forward from one line to the other but you can setup the call forward say from line 2 to line 1.  In the call forward, you'd put something like the userID@ipaddress:port-number of line 1 in the call forward all setting of line 2 (in user 2 tab) so that the calls from line 2 goes to line 1.

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Re: PAP2T Capability

Thanks !

May I ask aslo for outgoing calls ? Is it possible to apply a call pattern scenario to decide which line to choose (so that Phone 1 could use Line 2 for instance) ?

Many Thanks again !

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Re: PAP2T Capability

This model isn't designed to allow for that.

Our PBX (spa9000) is designed to do what you've described.