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VigorIPPBX Training Guide ep. 07

9. Call Transfer to Another Gateway
9.1 User (A) Dials (B), then Call Transfers to (E)

Dialing steps:

(A) picks up phone and hears the dial tone
(A) dials 502# (Ext. Number) and hears the ring back tone. (B) phone is now ringing
(B) picks up phone and talks with (A)
The conversation continues, then (B)

VigorIPPBX Training Guide ep. 08

10. Network Operator (Optional)
In some cases, you may wish to direct all incoming calls to be answered by an operator before  they reach any personnel. In this example, we are assigning Ext. 501 (A) as our operator, and changing the settings so that all incoming calls (regardless of their origin)

VigorIPPBX Training Guide ep. 06

8. Extension to Extension (Digit Map)
In most scenarios, we would not want to call other extensions exactly as we did in the previous exercise. The following steps show you how to use remote extensions as in-house extensions.
8.1 Dial (A) to (E) with Digit Map – VigorIPPBX 3510 Setup

Log into (X3510). Username:

VigorIPPBX Training Guide ep. 05

7. FXS to FXS (On Net Call)
In this exercise we want to establish a call connection between HQ and branch, so they can call each other via an office extension number. For example (A) dial Ext. 302 to reach (F), or (E) transfer calls to (B).

In order to do this,

VigorIPPBX Training Guide ep. 06

8. Extension to Extension (Digit Map)
In most scenarios, we would not want to call other extensions exactly as we did in the previous exercise. The following steps show you how to use remote extensions as in-house extensions.
8.1 Dial (A) to (E) with Digit Map – VigorIPPBX 3510 Setup

Log into (X3510). Username: