XTS-IP Networking Software

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Networking allows multiple Vodavi XTS telephone systems to be tied together with PRI or VoIP cards making them work as one unified system. By leveraging connections to remote sites, long distance toll savings can be achieved. Cost savings and ease-of-use make networking an advantageous enhancement for any multi-site business.

Intercom Dialing
No more dialing a company office with a full area code and phone number. Instead, dial their extension number. Dialing a remote office couldn’t be easier!

Centralized DID Routing
A central system can redistribute inbound calls to any station in the network. This can be used to give out-of-state or out-of-town callers a local number to reach someone without dialing a long distance number.

Centralized Voice Mail*
All systems in the network can share the same voice mail system enabling seamless distribution and sharing of voice messages.

Call Forwarding
Forwarding calls between remote offices means better customer service. A sales person traveling to another office can forward calls to that office and not miss a call while away.

Caller ID
With networking, Caller ID information follows a call no matter where the call originates, even to remote sites. This provides for better productivity and time management.

Station Sharing with Private Voice Mail
When a station is shared by more than one user, each user can have a separate voice mailbox button with a message waiting indicator lamp.

Remote Station Monitoring/Direct Station Select
Users can program flex buttons on their telephone stations to perform one-button transfers or to monitor other stations in use within the network. Users can also use this feature to dial other stations directly, even if the systems are miles apart.

Directory Dialing
By dialing a code, a user anywhere on the network can scroll the directory, select the party and have the number dialed automatically eliminating the need to memorize every extension number.†

Paging Between Systems
External paging can be performed between systems.

Least Cost Routing
Least cost routing can be programmed to redirect calls to the most economical route taking advantage of any networked system. Dialing a number that would be a local call from another system on the network would automatically be re-routed to the remote system and the call made from that system.

Voice and Data Network Sharing
VoIP Networking and fractionalized T1 allows the same T1/PRI network to be used for data transfer between branch offices and to network the phone systems.‡

* PathFinder is required for centralized voice mail. † LCD Phone or DiscoveryDesktop required ‡ CSU/DSU required.