In Japan it's pretty universal for small businesses to have a global speed-dial where every phone in the company has the same list of speed dial numbers. I want to set that up for my client but I'm confused about how to do it. What I finally did was just added the same speed-dial lines to each ephone (using the CLI) which sort-of works, but it has drawbacks:
1. It's a pain to maintain since every time a number changes I have to do it in every ephone.
2. I can only get their phones (504G) to reliably dial the first 12 numbers. Speed dial 13 doesn't work at all and speed dial 14 just dials #1 instead
3. It doesn't work on their SIP conference phone
4. I have heard complaints about how long it takes for AbbrDial to actually start dialing.
So, is there any better way of doing speed dials that can be entered by the keypad (rather than choosing out of a directory) that is the same on every phone across the system?
QuestionDear All,I'm currently looking for firmware version 126.96.36.199 for Linksys SPA400 Analog Telephony Gateway. Unfortunately, my device was bricked and I was able to recover it using a recovery tool and recovery firmware version 188.8.131.52 but can't find v...
Change in ASD Automatic Software Download Feature
Dec 13th, 2019
Cisco RV160, 260, 340, and 345 Series Routers
Due to an API change in Cisco’s software download platform the Automatic Download Feature (ASD) on RV series routers will be temporarily ...
SFP Module Support List for RV160x and RV260x Devices
Small form-factor pluggable (SFP) ports are included on the RV160 and 260 routers to allow the use of optical SFP transceiver modules. SFP’s convert the optical signals to electrical signals. SFP’s al...
Welcome and thanks for visiting the Small Business Community Newsletter. This is our first of what we will make a monthly newsletter where you will be provided information on New products and trends, What’s ...