09-05-2011, 02:19 PM
| | Re: Using VoIP phones directly to one another.. ..
In article <WzaGipC0DNZOFw7l@bancom.co.uk>,
tony sayer <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>Some phones can pre-dial a fixed number/IP when you lift the handset too
>>(batphone mode) or have built-in speed-dials, etc.
>>So once the network is working, it boils down to RTFM :)
>>(I've done this with Grandstreams, but I'm sure other phones allow it too)
>Just as a follow up to the above anyone know if you can get a VoIP fone
>to call Two other phones (VoIP ones that is) numbers at the once like
>dialling up a conference call as it were?..
It's not sometimes I've seen...
>The phones to be called will auto answer...
You could - dial one phone via IP, then when that answers, put the call
on hold, then dial the other phone via direct IP, then use the phones
own conference facilities to join both together.
But really - you need a little VoIP PBX to make life easy.