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Offline ChuckB73

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Netting Mitel 250 to a Toshiba PBX for 4 digit dial
« on: January 11, 2018, 04:11:13 PM »
We are trying to get a Mitel 250 netted to a Toshiba PBX so that a client can perform 4 digit dialing between sites. Is there any documentation out there or anyone that can help me with this issue? We have the documentation for the Mitel Business but do not think this applies to the 250.


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Re: Netting Mitel 250 to a Toshiba PBX for 4 digit dial
« Reply #1 on: January 11, 2018, 11:34:28 PM »
Yeah, good luck with that... But there is a pretty simple way to do it.

The SIP trunk itself should be easy, then put it in a trunk group and send it to a Call Routing Table and this should take care of incoming calls (I can't help with the Toshiba side). For outgoing calls, I find this type of scenario is usually easiest to give them a trunk group button (or a short extension number on the trunk group) and press the key/dial extension and then dial the 4 digit extension of the phone on the other system.

Pretty generic but it's reliable and easy to use. True intercom dialing is very difficult... perhaps a someone who has been successful at this has a better idea.

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Re: Netting Mitel 250 to a Toshiba PBX for 4 digit dial
« Reply #2 on: Yesterday at 07:27:31 AM »
ChuckB73,

What type of connection are you going to use for this; T-1/E-1, SIP...?

As acejavelin already stated true intercom dialing can be difficult to emulate, but not impossible, and I also do not know the Toshiba product line so I can't help there.

The thing you have to keep in mind is how many resources you have available to you. The MiVO-250 has the 250 on the end for a reason. You can only have 250 phantom/hotdesk/SIP/IP devices programmed on the system; these will be used for the Toshiba programming if you want to emulate intercom dialing. If you don't mind dialing your outgoing digit prior to their extension then those limits can be ignored for the most part as SIP Trunks and T1/E1 limits are different.

Thanks,

TE


 

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