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Interphone using extention calling only.

Discussion in '3CX Phone System - General' started by pjfl, Sep 13, 2007.

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  1. pjfl

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    Can any let me know how many peer-to-peer extention calls I can have at one time using the free version? I know I have an unlimited number of creating extentions, but can I call between extentions? I am looking to using the IP PBX only for a interphone solution with a closed condominium of approximately 350 extentions. I would never see having more than 20 call in progress at one time. Thanks in advance!

    Regards,
    Phillip
     
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  4. zakfleming

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    This was covered on another post its unlimited and the 8 limit is the number of external lines
     
  5. webguyz

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    What I got from the other post was there are 8 simultaneous conversations allowed, whether they are extension-to-extension or extension-to-external. 8 concurrent is all you get with the free edition.

    The other threads about this topic are very confusing but I believe the correct answer is 8.
     
  6. zakfleming

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    really it should be illustrated better
     
  7. Mirzab

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    Webguyz has the correct answer for both 8, and the fact that the multiple threads are quite confusing.
     
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