Instruction Manuals

Service manuals for your PBX system are available for download below

Penntelco System Guide: Voicemail setup, call parking instructions, handset instructions, efax
Grandstream Wave Install Guide: Softphone for iPhone and Androids
Zoiper Install Guide: Softphone for Androids


Explanation of Common Terms in VOIP based PBX systems

  • Call Parking: Call Parking allows you to park a caller so that another extension can retrieve the caller held in the parking lot.
  • Call Queue: Automatic Call Distribution (ACD) or call queuing provides a way for a PBX to queue incoming calls. A queue is a “stack” or “line” of calls that need to be answered. When a call is directed into the queue, by default, the calls are answered in a first-in, first-out order. Call queues are useful when you have more callers than people available to answer calls. Callers placed into a queue will hear music or advertising until someone is available to answer their call.
  • Ring Group: The Ring Groups module is used to create a single extension number that your users can dial in order to ring multiple extensions at the same time. It also creates a destination to which you can send calls that will ring those multiple extensions.
  • Time Groups & Conditions: The Time Conditions module defines a set of rules based on time groups. A time condition has two call destinations, one if the time of the call matches the time group assigned, and another if there is no match. Time conditions are often used to control how the PBX routes calls during business hours vs. outside business hours.
  • Virtual Attendant(IVR): An IVR or "Interactive Voice Response" menu allows callers to interact with your telephone system via their telephone keypads. The IVR Module is used to set up a menu system that will play an initial recording to callers, allow them to dial an option or an extension number, and route their call to a particular location based upon what they dial.

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