Brekeke PBX Wiki

Quick Reference Chart

1. Specifying the Type of Call When Making a Call

1.1. Dial Prefix

Prefix Description
8* Retrieve a parked call
9* Supervising mode
99* Tutor mode
22* Paging
0* Join in the conversation of a conference
* Call pickup
** Return to a call on hold after hanging up the phone
  • The Dial Prefix must come first in the dialing number. You can’t use multiple Dial Prefixes at a time.

1.2. Call Attributes

Attribute Description
6* Recording = on
60* Recording = off
7* Mute mode
  • You can use multiple Call Attributes at a time.

Example: 9*6*7*<destination number>

Example: 60*<destination number >


2. Commands to Use During a Conversation
Prefix Description
#6 Start/Stop recording
#9 Place a call on hold
* Take a call off hold
#8 Park a call
#0 Let someone join the conference
#7 Let someone join the conference in mute mode


3. Commands to Use During a Video Conference Conversation

(Brekeke PBX v3.3.x and later)

Prefix Description
#5 Start video control mode
1 Other attendees will see what you are seeing
2 Other attendees will see you
4 Go to next view
6 Go back to previous view
* Exit video control mode


4. Parameters and Syntax

4.1. Parameters

Letter Parameter Description
page / p Paging function
mic-off / m Turn microphone off; user cannot talk
speaker-off / s Turn speaker off; user cannot hear
tutor / t Tutor mode
Symbol Parameter Description
~ User cannot talk; listen only
^ User cannot hear; speak only
~~ Tutor mode


4.2. Syntax

  • Letter parameters must be enclosed in curly brackets, such as {and}.
  • When multiple letter parameters are in the same curly brackets, separate with a semi-colon (;).
    Example: {p;m} means to turn on paging and turn off microphone.
  • Specify <extension number> before letter parameters.
    Example: 400{p; s} means turn on paging and turn off phone’s speaker for extension number 400.
  • The symbol parameters ~, ^ and ~~ are set before <extension number>.
    Example: ~<extension number>


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