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Author Topic: Obi202 call hunting with GV?  (Read 2923 times)
aghardware
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« on: May 04, 2016, 08:14:58 pm »

I currently have cable provided 3 voice lines and 1 fax at my small business and want to save on my monthly bill by downgrading to just internet service.

I want to port all numbers to google voice.
I purchased 1 Obihai 200 for home use and it works great for one line.
So now I have bought 1 Obihai 202 to use at work and plan to buy another if I can successfully configure the voice lines to call hunt. 

Is it possible to configure 2 - Obihai 202s to work in the following way?

Obi #1.
port 1 = GV line #1 (primary line, to be given to the public)
port 2 = GV line #2 (not given to the public)

Obi #2
port 1 = GV line #3 (not given to the public)
port 2 = GV line #4 (fax line, to be given to the public)

I would like the primary GV number to hunt the other two GV lines.
I would like line 1, line 2, and line 3 to be able to make outgoing voice calls.

Is there a way that I could test the configuration with the one Obi202 that I already have purchased with two temporary GV lines before I port my current phone lines?
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LTN1
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« Reply #1 on: May 04, 2016, 09:12:23 pm »

GV will not have the call hunt features that you are looking for. You need a more sophisticated VoIP plan through companies like CallCentric (https://www.callcentric.com/features/call_hunting), PhonePower (http://www.plans.phonepower.com/features/), etc. You can use all of these VoIP providers with the OBi--but only GV is free (or substantially free).
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