Direct Inward System Access?

Discussion in '3CX Phone System - General' started by w1ve, Jul 20, 2007.

  1. w1ve

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    Hello,

    An Intro:

    I've just installed 3CX (latest build) on a IBM XSeies 330 Server... using Windows Server 2003... I had it up and running with my provider (http://www.vitelity.net) in about 10 minutes... Using PAP2T-NA units for my FXS...

    My question:

    I'd love to be able to outbound dial an abitrary number from an inbound call. Is their any support for this in 3CX? I didn't seem to find anything on this. If it is not in the system, is it planned?

    My reason for this is simple. I'm putting a Dock-N-Talk with a spare cell phone on as an FXO. My cellular provider has unlimited free mobile-to-mobile; If I can dial my PBX, and then dial, then I get unlimited free calls via the cellular network.

    Gerry
     
  2. gbarnes

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    Dynamically changing extensions

    I use my web server and PHP script to dynamically change a 'dummy' extensions forward all number. I can change this by logging in with GPRS access, then dial my home number and select the extension. It works, but clumbersome.

    I would like to know if this feature is planned.
     
  3. 5qg4

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    Hi w1ve,

    The connection setting should be like this.

    Spare cell phone <==> Dock-N-Talk <==> FXO SIP Gateway <==> 3CX PBX

    It should be works. Refered to http://www.phonelabs.com/prd05.asp
    Regards,
    5Q
     
  4. gbarnes

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    Doc n talk

    It uses bluetooth to connect to mobile. So the DnT unit goes into ATA adapter?

    Does it provide SIP (IP) support to connect directly to PBX?

    This seems like my ideal answer too :lol:

    Im going to get one, and will post back here how I get on.

    Graeme.
     

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