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Introduction

A remote extension reaches an external phone by automatically selecting a line from a trunk and dialing the phone number. For example, a remote extension can reach an employee’s cell phone or home phone, or a phone at a branch office.

A caller can connect to a remote extension through the auto attendant, or can be transferred to a remote extension by a call cascade. A user at a local extension can manually transfer a caller to a remote extension, or can dial a remote extension directly. If the remote extension is busy or unanswered, the system can route the call using the remote extension’s call cascade.

For more information, see the FortiVoice Phone System Administration Guide.

Introduction

A remote extension reaches an external phone by automatically selecting a line from a trunk and dialing the phone number. For example, a remote extension can reach an employee’s cell phone or home phone, or a phone at a branch office.

A caller can connect to a remote extension through the auto attendant, or can be transferred to a remote extension by a call cascade. A user at a local extension can manually transfer a caller to a remote extension, or can dial a remote extension directly. If the remote extension is busy or unanswered, the system can route the call using the remote extension’s call cascade.

For more information, see the FortiVoice Phone System Administration Guide.