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# 183740 28-Oct-2015 15:44
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Hi.

I'm looking into 2Talks CloudPBX.

Does this system allow 2 sip incoming DDLs, and have 16 IP Phones (each on a separate extension, so each one has a separate login / extension number to allow a call to be transferred and also so one IP phone can ring one of the other IP Phones)

Thanks

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Master Geek


  # 1415682 28-Oct-2015 18:56
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Yes, I think that is a good example of what the system was designed to provide.



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  # 1415723 28-Oct-2015 20:09
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I created a pay as you go account. I can't find how to create extensions for different phones.

Does anyone know where it is in the options on their website

 
 
 
 


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  # 1415768 28-Oct-2015 20:55
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The quick answer is yes. But the long answer is 16 phones will become extremely difficult to manage due to the lack of centralised provisioning and the fact that each "extension" has a full set of 'pbx' type features each.

You won't find a place to create an extension. You must allocate yourself the required amount of lines (general using the free 028 numbers). Once the lines have been allocated you can then give them shorter extension numbers (201, 202 etc). But then you have to go through all the lines, creating ring groups, AA's, voicemails etc. Just becomes an absolute nightmare.

For 16 phones my suggestion would be a hosted FreePBX instance so you have a 'proper' PBX to do all the call flows and things properly.



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  # 1415784 28-Oct-2015 21:17
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Thank you. I'm using asterisk and FreePBX right now. I'm looking into a cloud based PBX instead.

Does anyone know of any other companies that have a good cloud PBX?

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Ultimate Geek


  # 1415810 28-Oct-2015 21:56
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Cloudpbx through Compass, which uses Vodia as the pbx and snom handsets,

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  # 1415888 29-Oct-2015 07:59
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Hi there,

We would be happy to provide you with a Proposal for this, we pride ourselves on our service and the ability to provide for any requirement for functionality, in fact if you are used to  FreePBX our Services utilise this solution for our Hosted/Cloud PBX instances which may help.

Do get in touch and we can have a chat about your requirements.

Regards, Josko
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