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Hello all,

I am being asked to install a Polycom SoundStation 2W on a NEC SL2100.

I know that it will have to be connected to a SLT Port. But, I need a little
insight as to how the SLT Port would be configured to work with
the Conference Phone with multiple (2 or 3) remote users.

Anyone have any experience with this application??

Thanks in advance.

Les

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Like a 3 way conf?

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Hi Coral,

Yes, in the respect that at the office conference room there might be
4-6 individuals sitting around the desk and the 2 or 3 connected
via the CO Trunk Lines.

All would be part of one conference call.

The desk conference phone would be connected through the SLT Port
on the SL2100.

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Les

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Interesting, I don't see where the SLT port can do a 3 way conf.in the user manual. Does the SL2100 have a conf bridge or can license one?

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Coral,

That is a interesting question. Or should I say dilemma.
Personally I never thought of that kind of issue.

Maybe the question would be: What is the proper(best) solution
to install a Conference Phone on SL2100 with Digital Phones.

Using a IP based unit comes to mind but what is required to that
on a SL2100??

Is this even possible??

Thanks in advance.

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Get yourself a copy of the Single Line Terminal User Guide - it has the procedure to set up a conference call from an analog device.


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Doesn't matter if the conference phone is analog or IP.
What does matter is knowing how to establish conference calls and how many trunks ports are available.
Analog trunks: Regarding the system setting up the conference calls, in this case the SL2100, DB levels will drop with every call added to the conference.

SL2100 comes standard with 8 VoIP channels, anything needed over that will require the VoIP daughter board.


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https://telecomsystemsuk.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/SL2100-SLT-User-Guide-English-Issue-1.pdf

Is there another manual? I was looking at this, I remember on the UX5000 it was a bit to do but could be done.

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Ok, so this is encouraging!!

However, what needs to be known here is are there any specific program
changes that are needed to make the Conference call on a Non-NEC
Single Line Phone to function as desired??

Or will it work out of the box??

Also, I have found now two(2) SLT User Guides that say two(2) different things
on the page with instructions about Conference Calls.

Issue 1.0
May 2017
Press HookFlash followed by #1


Issue 1.0
September 2017
Press HookFlash followed by 8 - 2 - 6

I can only "ass'u'me" that the September version may/might be correct.

My concern is as above any program changes that would be needed.

Also these keystrokes seem to be for the actual SLT phone from NEC.

Will this also apply to any Non-NEC analog conference phone that is connected to this SL2100 SLT Port??

Where I don't want to is the get a unit only to find out later I should have purchased this other
unit because the first was not compatible.

Again, any hints or suggestions would be most helpful.

Thanks,

Les

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Many operations in this system can be done using more than one set of codes. Both should work.
I suggest testing with a butt set before purchasing the conference unit. We have used them on many systems with no issues. IP units require a license.

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