Mobile X User Guide
The CS 1000 Mobile Extensions feature enables the following capabilities:
- MOBX: Remote users can dial in and access the Main-Office PBX trunks and features. Outgoing calls appear as though they were placed from an internal desktop phone. The PBX acts as a proxy - don't call it DISA, its "Mobile X"!
- PCA: Personal Call Assistant (PCA) allows calls to a users desktop phone to simultaneously ring their remote (mobile) phone. The call can be answered from either.
To access the Main-Office PBX:
1 Dial your systems Mobile Service Access (MSA) number: (XXX) XXX – XXXX
2 Enter your Authorization Code: User defined, 6-digit code
Mobile X users have access to conference and transfer features during a call.
Feature Codes are printed in LD 57, and can vary from system to system. The following are for example only:
|MFAC||**||Mobile Feature Activation Code||Used during a call to notify the system that you are about to activate a feature|
|MCOM||*0||Mobile Complete||Dialed to join parties in a conference or complete a transfer.|
|MCAN||*3||Mobile Cancel||Drop an in progress but not completed conference or transfer|
|MTGL||*4||Mobile Toggle||Switch between parties prior to completing a conference or transfer|
Example: to transfer a call.
Conferencing is identical to transferring with the exception that upon entering *0 you remain in the call along with the first and second parties.
Personal Call Assistant:
PCA can be activated and deactivated by the remote user while using their Mobile X phone. A user can dial the MSA number, and enter one of the following PCA codes:
|PCAA||*5#||PCA Activate||Used to enable simultaneous ringing to your Mobile X phone, # enter a new number|
|PCAD||*6||PCA De-activate||Used to disable simultaneous ringing to your Mobile X phone|
|PCAV||*7||PCA Verify||Used to confirm the PCA status of your Mobile X phone - returned dial tone means PCA is activated, while a fast busy means PCA is de-activated|