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jfoster
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« on: January 10, 2013, 07:04:48 pm »

I have 4 google voice numbers I want to use for my Obi202.

Port 1/SP1 is my primary Home GV number
Port 2/SP3 is my Wife's primary Home GV number

Port 1 SP2 is my GV inbound Work GV number
Port 2 SP4 is my Wife's primary inbound Work number

Question:  I would like to turn the auto attendant off on all lines, not sure how to do so.

Question:  I would like to have unique ring patterns for each line on each port, not sure how to do so.

Question:   I did noticed that when I called my wife's home number it did ring on Port 2, but it also rang on my line Port 1, not sure how to fix.

Question:   Is there a way to customize the outbound caller ID for each line

Any support would be appreciated.

Jfoster

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zapattack
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« Reply #1 on: January 13, 2013, 01:31:23 am »

Voice Services-Auto Attendant: uncheck Enable.
SP1-4 Service-SPx Service: X_Default ring (1-10)
GV does not allow CID to be changed.
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azrobert
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« Reply #2 on: January 13, 2013, 07:01:07 am »


Question:   I did noticed that when I called my wife's home number it did ring on Port 2, but it also rang on my line Port 1, not sure how to fix.


Check Voice Services/SP3 Service: X_InboundCallRoute
Should be set to: {ph2}
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Felix
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« Reply #3 on: January 14, 2013, 12:11:43 am »


Question:   I did noticed that when I called my wife's home number it did ring on Port 2, but it also rang on my line Port 1, not sure how to fix.


Check Voice Services/SP3 Service: X_InboundCallRoute
Should be set to: {ph2}

You better check them all - by default all four providers call both phones (and, by the way, if you don't change anything - none will call auto attendant. Obviously, turning auto attendant off doesn't hurt, either)

I would like to have unique ring patterns for each line on each port, not sure how to do so.
I'll give an easy answer: each phone will have two different ring patterns. Change X_RingProfile for two of the providers. So, in your case, change SP2 and SP4 to B. Then change Ring pattern in Ring Profile B to your liking.

I don't think you can have more than two distinctive rings... but I may be wrong
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