Reference8:Administration/PBX/Objects/Edit Forks

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With this page call forking can be configured for a user. This means a call for this user is not only sent to endpoints registered to the user object, but also to the forking destination (No/Name). If a mobility object is configured for the forking, the phone identified by the forking destination can use the mobility functions. A delay can be configured for the call to the mobile endpoint. This delay is not supported for normal call forking without mobility functions.

Operator calls from a waiting queue are not sent to forking destinations.

Properties of Mobility

For the function of the Mobility features a Mobility license must be installed.

Object The Mobility Object (Long Name) must be set, if the mobile endpoint (GSM Phone) needs to use the mobility features .
Device Optional, the Device name of the User can be configured here. This name is used by SOAP (TAPI) to address this device for example when initiating a call.
Delay A Delay in seconds can be configured to call the mobile endpoint
Disable Disabling the Mobility features for the mobile device, this can also be en/disabled via DTMF featurecodes
Call-Waiting Enable or disable call-waiting for the mobile endpoint, if a mobile endpoint is in a call a call waiting tone will be played from the PBX to the mobile endpoint via the RTP stream.
GSM-License When using the innovaphone GSM client a GSM license is needed and need to be activated
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