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sipgate: Use BLF function keys for transfer

In order to use the BLF presence LEDs, sipgate requires you to configure the function keys as type "Extension". Now, when you enter an extension number (e.g. "11") in the field Number and click on "Apply". The "11" ist automatically converted to a SIP uri (sip:11@sipgate.de;user=phone). This is a problem, though, when a call comes in and you want to transfer it via "*3" (the sipgate code for hold) and then use the BLF key . sipgate expects DTMF tone "11". When you now click on transfer ("#"), it doesn't work ("Transfer failed"). This means you cannot have BLF presence and use those function keys for transfer at the same time. This could easily be solved if it was possible to define different meanings for the function keys when inside a call.


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We use this function:


<sip:298@10.1.0.15:5060;user=phone>|*20*


the | gives you the option to pipe the first command to the second.

Maybe it may help you out


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We use this function:


<sip:298@10.1.0.15:5060;user=phone>|*20*


the | gives you the option to pipe the first command to the second.

Maybe it may help you out

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