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  Reply # 548255 22-Nov-2011 09:24 Send private message

Damn, that's a shame.

I want it so if I have the softphone on, both HP and softphone will ring. There are some settings for locate me/hunt mode for simultaneous ring but i think this is to do with diverting the ring to another number and have it ringing at the same time, not for softphone.

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  Reply # 548258 22-Nov-2011 09:29 Send private message

simon14: Damn, that's a shame.

I want it so if I have the softphone on, both HP and softphone will ring. There are some settings for locate me/hunt mode for simultaneous ring but i think this is to do with diverting the ring to another number and have it ringing at the same time, not for softphone.


Absolutely works like you want.

My Phone is logged in with my account ID (06XXXXXXX).  My Laptop has the Softphone logged in using the Account ID 06XXXXXXX-1.

Heck, Ive just logged another Softphone  in with 06XXXXXXX-2 ... and can have all 3 ring at once.

CHeck their "One Number" section in the online doc's

"Here’s a sample configuration.
Primary Device  - Linksys VoIP handset  -  Login = 028890123
2nd Device  -  2talkphone (Softphone)  -  Login = 028890123-1
3rd Device  -  Linksys ATA  -  Login = 028890123-2
4th Device  -  Nokia E Series phone  -  Login = 028890123-3" 

and

"2talk One Number is also useful in a small office situation where you have one number and want it to ring all the office phones at once."

When you then go to the LIVE portal it will show like:

"Success  Number 06XXXXXXX is currently ONLINE - Internet Address: 58.xx.xx.xx

Success  Number 06XXXXXXX -1 is currently ONLINE - Internet Address: 58.xx.xx.xx

Success  Number 06XXXXXXX -2 is currently ONLINE - Internet Address: 58.xx.xx.xx"
 

 

 





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  Reply # 548265 22-Nov-2011 09:46 Send private message

Ahh, perfect, just want i was after.

THis is all setup and working perfectly.

According to their website, you can have up to 6 devices registered under the same phone number at the same time.

More info for anyone else interested:

http://www.2talk.co.nz/support.html

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  Reply # 551312 29-Nov-2011 10:02 Send private message



When the softphone is logged in, the physical phone doesn't ring when a call comes in - is there a setting to change this?
 


With 2talk, you could set up the 'one number feature'. This means you can have them on different numbers, and when some one rings your main number, it will ring both numbers. 

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