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User Guide

eSpace 7910 and 7950 IP Phone V200R003C30

Describes the services supported by the eSpace 7910&7950 IP phones and the implementation of such services.
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Paging Group

Paging Group

An enterprise can add multiple numbers to a paging group. After the access code of the paging group is dialed through a specific group, unidirectional voice broadcast to all members in the group is enabled.

To use the paging group function, ensure that your account has been assigned the paging group right. For any questions, contact your system administrator.

Based on the calling mode, paging groups are classified into unicast and multicast.

  • Unicast: The system uses conference resources to convene members in the paging group and enable unidirectional voice broadcast. The number of recipients is restricted by conference resources.
  • Multicast: The system creates a virtual participant to join a conference and enable voice broadcast through IP multicast of switches or routers.

    To use the multicast function, choose Call Settings > Multicast on the phone web page, enable Multicast.

  • At the same time, you can receive only one unicast call, but multiple multicast calls (from different paging groups).
  • You can configure the paging group access code and number in Speed Dial of programmable buttons or directly configure the Paging function on programmable buttons. For details about how to configure programmable buttons, see Buttons.

Paging group takes precedence over local DND.

Initiating a Paging Group Call

If you are an initiator of a paging group, you can directly dial the paging group access code or press a programmable button configured with the paging group access code. Then, the phone automatically calls all recipients in the paging group.

Receiving a Paging Group Call

  • If you are a recipient of a paging group, you can only hear the initiator's voice but cannot speak.
  • If you receive two or more paging group calls, you can press Paging or a programmable button configured with the Paging function to access the incoming call list and select a call to hear.

When you are receiving two or more paging group calls, you can choose to answer or temporarily ignore the calls.

  • If you want to end a paging group call, press the Hangup soft key, handsfree key, or the headset key to hand up the call. Do not hang up the call through the handle.
  • As a paging group recipient, you can only adjust the voice volume and hang up the call. You cannot forward or transfer the call.
  • When you have joined multiple paging groups simultaneously, you cannot receive any new paging call if you are the calling party, but can still initiate a channel of paging broadcast if you are the called party.
  • Paging group calls do not conflict with normal calls. When answering a paging group call, you can also initiate or answer a normal call.
  • When a paging group call and a normal call exist at the same time, you can hear the two calls at the same time.
Updated: 2019-10-30

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