Broadsoft SnomMP IP Phone Drivers for Windows 7
Broadsoft SnomMP IP Phone Driver
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Broadsoft SnomMP IP Phone Driver
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The Busy Lamp Field feature allows a user, such as an attendant, to monitor the hook status of a list of users. This makes Broadsoft SnomMP IP Phone snom Broadsoft SnomMP IP Phone keyboard an ideal BLF panel. Provisioning Provisioning the BLF feature requires the following steps: Please refer to the BroadWorks documentation on how to do this. Provisioning the BLF Keys For every monitored user a function key must be provisioned on the snom phone or snom extension keybord: Shared Call Appearance The Shared Call Appearance feature allows a line, that is an address-of-record, to place and receive calls on multiple endpoints.
Although the endpoints each register with the BroadWorks server with different unique URIs, the call appears to the other party to be originating from or terminating at the same line, no matter which of the endpoints sharing the line is used. When there is more than one call active on a shared line, the BroadWorks server assigns a Call Appearance Index to each call. The snom phone correlates the call appearance index with the shared lines keys associated with the shared line and lights the corresponding LED in accordance with the call progress state signalled from the BroadWorks switch.
If no corresponding Broadsoft SnomMP IP Phone is found, the message is ignored. This means that endpoints sharing a line may have differing numbers of call appearances Broadsoft SnomMP IP Phone since the phone will only display the LED status for those appearance indexes for which it has a key.
Therefore, in a scenario where two endpoints share a line, and one has three, whereas the other has only two call appearances provisioned, when the first phone makes a call using the third shared line key, this will not be reflected on the second phone since it has only two shared line keys. Ideally, all endpoints sharing a line should have the same number of call appearances provisioned. Practically speaking, this means that a second endpoint may place an outgoing call on Broadsoft SnomMP IP Phone same shared line already in Broadsoft SnomMP IP Phone by another endpoint.
To achieve a non-blocking configuration for a group of endpoints sharing a line meaning that all endpoints in that group can always place an outgoing call every endpoint in that group must have as many shared line keys provisioned as there are endpoints in the group. Conversely, if an Broadsoft SnomMP IP Phone use the the shared line is desired, this feature should be disabled.
Additionally, only one call appearance should be provisioned on each phone sharing the line. This ensures that only one endpoint at a time can use the shared line. It allows for multiple calls to be accepted concurrently on the same shared line.
Typically this means that a second endpoint can answer a call coming in on the same shared line on which another endpoint is busy in a call. To enable this feature Call Waiting must be activated on both the BroadWorks server and the snom phone.
Additionally, the snom phone must have as many call appearances provisioned as concurrent incoming calls are allowed on the shared line. Note that this number may be greater than the number of endpoints sharing the line.
The shared line is considered busy only when no more call appearances are available to accept the call on any of the the phones sharing the line. Visual and Audible Indicators When an incoming call is received on a shared line, all the endpoints sharing the line are alerted. Since enpoints sharing a line are typically located in separate rooms or offices and out of each other's sight and hearing, the call progress state of the line for both incoming and outgoing calls is reflected on the LEDs associated with the shared line of all the endpoints sharing the line by the following Broadsoft SnomMP IP Phone states.
If the shared line has multiple call appearances, the LED represents Broadsoft SnomMP IP Phone status of the call appearance; if the line has only one call appearance the LED also represents Broadsoft SnomMP IP Phone status of the shared line itself: This means that when the line is provisioned to be shared on both the BroadWorks server and the phone and a shared line key has been associated with this line see Provisioning the snom phone will attempt to seize the line before applying dial tone after it has been taken off-hook.
Only when the BroadWorks server has signalled that the line has been successfully seized does the snom phone play dial tone.
This causes a small delay between selecting a line and hearing dial tone, but this delay is usually imperceptible to the user. If the line seizure fails Broadsoft SnomMP IP Phone another enpoint has seized the line at the same time Broadsoft SnomMP IP Phone, the snom phone plays busy tone. In this case the user must hang up and wait for the line to become available or select another call appearance. A seized line is automatically released when the user goes back on-hook, or, if the user stays off-hook but does not dial, after about 45 seconds.
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The latter mechanism is a precaution against blocking the line for an indefinite amount of time by an inadvertent line seizure such as knocking the handset off the hookswitch.