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Setting the Line Keys for Call Park

By setting the line keys for call park in each device beforehand, you can park a call into a line key. And others can pick up a call by pressing the line key with other devices.

 

Yealink T4X:

In this example, we will create two line keys (“line key2” and “line key3”) for call parking.

Move on to the Yealink web admin console ->DSSkey -> Line key

Select line key 2.

Type field: “Call park

Value field: “park2

Line: “Line1” (If you used account1 as defaul)

  Select line key 3.

Type field: “Call park

Value field: “park3

Line: “Line1” (If you used account1 as default call )


Linksys SPA962:
1. At the tab “SPA932“, set as

Server Type: Asterisk

SPA932 Call Pickup Code: *#

 

2. At the tab “Phone”, set any Line Key from 2 to 6. Here as example the Line Key 2 and 3 are used.

Select Line Key 2

Extension: Disabled

Short Name: park2 (Any name is ok for the Line Key label)

Share Call Appearance: shared

Extended Function: fnc=blf+sd+cp;sub=park2@< serverIP >

 

Select Line Key 3

Extension: Disabled

 Short Name: park3

Share Call Appearance: shared

Extended Function: fnc=blf+sd+cp;sub=park3@< serverIP >

 

3.Reboot the phone.

 

* In “sub=< park parameter >@< serverIP >”, you can use the”$PROXY” parameter instead of real server IP. (e.g. “sub=park2@$PROXY“).


Brekeke PBX:

In each user extension ->[settings]->[Resource map] , set resource as following.

park2=788
park3=789

 

By this setting, a user can pick up a parked call at the line key2(park2) by calling ext.788. With the same way, a user can pick up one at he line key3 (park3) by ext.789.

 

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