Configuring Extension Mobility (Broadsoft Hoteling) on Cisco SPA525G2 and Cisco514g
for a new implementation we are looking for an option to configure Hoteling on a broafsoft sip server, to use extension mobility. Somehow I can not get the ACD login feature to work, ant neither the EM functionality on this phones.
Has any of you the mobility feature working, and what options do I need to enable.
Re: Configuring Extension Mobility (Broadsoft Hoteling) on Cisco
It is not possible to get an login button for Hoteling on Cisco phones right now. It is possible to login on a phone as Hoteling Guest by calling to the voice portal. With Cisco Phones EM en ACD are not gonna work.
In Broadsoft you have to make the Phone wich you use to login a Hoteling Host Phone you need a Premium licence for the Hoteling Host. The Hoteling Guest also needs a Premium or Bussines licence.
You can take a look at the Routit Help portal there is a video voor Hoteling on a Polycom Phone.
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