A Conference extension allows users calling from phones connected to the system as well as callers outside the system (calling from a phone connected to the PSTN) to attend a group voice conversation.
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To set up a Conference extension, first you need to define its general settings. Then you may customize it using specific options described below.
All basic options related to the Conference Center extension are detailed below.
|Play Sound sound <folder> <sound> Before Connecting to Conference Centerbefore connecting to conference center|
Enable if you want a sound to be played to the caller prior to being connected to the extension.
|Conference Room Sizeroom size|
Fill in the maximum number of users that can join the conversation. Between 2 and 99.
|Record Conference Conversationsconference conversations|
Here are the available options:
|Call Recording Storage Space||Fill in the limit of the storage space allowed for recorded calls. If you do not want to limit the disk space, make sure the Unlimited checkbox is selected|
Enable Music music on Holdhold
|If this option is not enabled, VoipNow will play the files located in the Default music on hold folder if there is only one user present in the conference.|
Music on Hold Folderhold folder
This folder contains the sound files that will be played in order when the caller is on hold or when the extension waits for an operation to be performed.
Define scheduled conferences announcements and actions.
- Close the Conference When All Conference Moderators Exitconference when all conference moderators exit: Terminate all calls if all conference moderators have logged out.
- Announce User Count on Joining Conferenceuser count on joining conference: Announce any new participant about the number of users in the conference call.
- Announce Users Joiningusers joining/Leavingleaving: Announce the users about any participant joining or leaving the conference call.
|CallerID Name name in Public Callspublic calls|
The options described below allow you to customize the CallerID name that will be displayed on the callee's screen when the extension is calling public destinations.
|CallerID Number number in Public Callspublic calls||The options described below allow you to customize the CallerID number that will be displayed on the callee's screen when the extension is calling public destinations.|
|Currently Using using CallerID Numbersnumbers||Allows you to choose one or several CallerID numbers that will be sent when an outgoing call is initiated.|
The numbers available are the ones defined for the channel(s) (resource) used for routing the calls to public destinations.
Please note that a CallerID can be set as default even if it has not been assigned to the extension's DID pool.
To associate a CallerID with the extension, you need to select the corresponding checkbox and click the Assign CallerIDs link. To disassociate a CallerID, you need to select the corresponding checkbox and click the Remove selected link.
Do Not Send not send CallerID on Public Callspublic calls
Applies if you do not want your CallerID to be sent to public destinations. If the callee's phone terminal supports the CallerID function, it will display the
Send Public public CallerID on Internal Callsinternal calls
Applies if you want the public CallerID (when available) to be used for local and extended local calls as well. It allows the association between the CallerID of the Phone terminal user and an existing card code defined for the same CallerID.
Preserve Original original CallerID on Transferred Callstransferred calls
|Applies if you want VoipNow to keep the original CallerID when the call is forwarded between destinations.|
Send SIP P-Asserted-Identity Headerand P-Preferred-Identity headers
Allows the header headers to be added to all outgoing INVITE requests sent from this extension. The header
The SIP P-Asserted-Identity header contains the caller ID number of the extension.Example: , e.g. P-Asserted-Identity:sip:email@example.com.
The P-Preferred-Identity header is sometimes used to indicate an additional identity of preference when there is a choice.
These headers are preserved only on outgoing external calls, e.g. P-Preferred-Identity: "John White" <sip:firstname.lastname@example.org>.
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