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7960 Auto Ring Extension When Handset Picked Up?

rjrii
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I need to place a phone at a locked door and have it ring an internal extension when the handset is picked up. Is this possible? I recall a posting some time ago about the same thing, but cannot find it. Any help will be apreciated.

Currently running old version of call manager 3.2.(2c)spH

Thanks,

Randy

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Rob Huffman
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Hi Randy,

This type of Hotdial "Bat-Phone" setup is very possible. Have a look;

Hotdial on IP Phones with CallManager Configuration Example

How to configure a Cisco IP Phone for Private Line Automatic Ring-down (PLAR) or Hotdial with Cisco CallManager. With PLAR configuration as soon as the phone goes off-hook it dials a pre-configured number. This be done by making use of calling search spaces (CSS), partitions, and translation patterns.

From this good doc;

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps556/products_configuration_example09186a0080232b9f.shtml#intro

Hope this helps!

Rob

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kulagowskir
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Hrmm. On 4.1.3sr2 you can setup a blank translation pattern in a "LockedFrontDoorPT"; set the CSS to an internalonly and change the Called Party Transform Mask to whatever internal number you want to be called. Create a CSS that has the LockedFrontDoorPT in it. On the device, point the CSS at the one that you just made.

Rob Huffman
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Hi Randy,

This type of Hotdial "Bat-Phone" setup is very possible. Have a look;

Hotdial on IP Phones with CallManager Configuration Example

How to configure a Cisco IP Phone for Private Line Automatic Ring-down (PLAR) or Hotdial with Cisco CallManager. With PLAR configuration as soon as the phone goes off-hook it dials a pre-configured number. This be done by making use of calling search spaces (CSS), partitions, and translation patterns.

From this good doc;

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps556/products_configuration_example09186a0080232b9f.shtml#intro

Hope this helps!

Rob

Thanks Rob, exactly what I was looking for. Set it up in less than a couple mins and worked perfectly!