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Create a ringdown using CCA on the UC500?

Posted on 2010-08-29
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I just installed a UC560, ESW-540 switches and phones.  I have a need for a hotline in my lobby, pick up the handset and it only dials extension 7555.  Is there a way in the CCA to configure this?  If not, can someone assist with the CLI commands?  TIA!
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by:luc_roy
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Under the port you are using enter the PLAR command.

voice-port 0/0/0
 connection plar opx [Extension number]
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by:pbenningfield
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Thanks... how do I find the port I'm using (I'm offsite)... its on one of my ESW's, and the particular phone is a different model than the rest... I can see its registered... can I find it by IP address, or mac, or...?
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by:luc_roy
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that code is for a POTS port, and FXS on the router.
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by:pbenningfield
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ok... so that doesn't help, or I am confused........?  My question is how to do create a PLAR from a phone on a switchport?  How do you create a hotline/direct auto-dial phone from say a 7975 to another phone, a 504...?
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Using the ephone for that phone, as soon as you will go off-hook, 200 will be dialed.  You will need to have someone tell you what phone is in the lobby

ephone-dn 1
  number 100
  trunk 200

ephone 1
  button 1:1
  autoline 1
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by:pbenningfield
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Ok, thanks! I found the ephone; what does the 'number 100' represent? Thanks again.
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by:luc_roy
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that is the local phones number.  
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by:pbenningfield
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Awesome thanks!
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