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Two inbound scenarios can exist in a SPA9000 environment.
i. Calls come in via a SIP trunk that the SPA9000 is registered to
ii. Calls come in via a PSTN trunk on a SPA400 that the SPA9000 is registered to
An office may have some general DIDs and some private DIDs.
General DIDs should ring the AA or a configured hunt group while private DIDs should ring the desk of the owner of the private DID.
Configure Inbound Call Routing as Follows:
SIP trunk DID Inbound Call Routing:
PSTN trunk DID Inbound Call Routing:
How do I configure a line as a true "shared" line that is like a Party line where all employees (5 of us) can pick up and participate in like a conference call or party line whether it is an external call or internal call?
Just a note; I came across a situation recently where the spa9000 simply would not recognize the DIDs in the Contact List field under Line 1 (wherein Line 1 registered the spa400). This was with the newest firmwares on both spa9000 (6.1.5) and spa400 (188.8.131.52). However, it did work when mapping the FXO_Port_ID_1 to the extension, not by renaming the port ID to the DID and usign the DID in line 1. I'm unsure if that was an isolated issue but it's worth mentioning.
Contact List: FXO_Port_ID_1:101,cfwd=aa|FXO_Port_ID_2:102;cfwd=aa|
In that instance I left the FXO port ID's default on the 400
Instead of: 2125551234:101,cfwd=aa|2125555678:102,cfwd=aa|
In that instance I had changed the FXO port ID's to the applicable DID's. This would not work.
As always, Patrick, great docs, they have been an instrumental help to us!