You can. Go off-hook on both the phones you want to use and this is what will happen. You may may get a recorded message from your central office or just a off-hook reminder tone that will last about 30 seconds and then you will hear the talk path between the two handsets. Keep in mind when you do this you can't receive any incomming calls because your line will appear busy to the callers. Thank You. Jerry
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Hi, I may be late at posting a reply but I had the same problem and I'm an IT Practitioner - So Motorola don't seem to like making things easy or even giving instructions - I tired out Google and eventually came across the result myself:
1. Go To Advance Settings
2. Then Go To Registration
3. Then Go To Search Base
4. And Keep Hold Of The Page Button On The Main Unit
( You May Have To Do This Several Times)
5. The Screen A Should Display PIN
6. Enter The PIN Which Is 0000 (Unless Changed)
7. REGISTRATION COMPLETE!!!!
Also I had problems with the intercom feature - when I attempted to intercom another handset - It wouldn't ring but this was fixed by turning the room monitor (Baby Monitor) off.
That sucks. I have a Panasonic cordless 5.8 ghz set that is probably 3 years old and I have not had any of the problems you are complaining about. You might be getting interference from a wireless router or even a baby monitor. Is the phone near a wireless router? Most of the newer phones automatically select the channel with the least interference. Try moving the main base to another room there is obviously something causing interference with that phone.
Very Cool Feature. With the handset off, press the mute button(menu/ok). then arrow down to ROOM MONITOR. press the mute button again. it will prompt "ROOM MONITOR EXTENSION?" press either 1 or 2 depending on what handset you are using(if 1 doesn't work, try 2). And that is it you can really hear what is going on. To stop monitoring, press cancel. Have Fun, SKA
Baby monitors apparently are all on 2.4GHz frequency range. Phones have to be either beneath ie 1.8GHz or above eg 5.4GHz and no interference will occur. So simply had to change the phone because its frequency range was 2.4GHz.
The phone has to be a member of an ICD group and have the ring set to immediate. Since this is a SYSTEM program, I don't think you can change it without the assistance of a programmer.
If you somehow have access, it's changed in programs 620-622. You need to know which group is assigned, usually group 1 put you can find that in 622. Members are set in 620 and the ring delays are in 621.
just hit the "int" button in the middle of the handset (above the number 2) and the display should read "Paging Extension?" so then you type in the handset of the other phone. For example, my base station is downstairs (Ext 1) and my other phone is upstairs. I pick up the upstairs phone hit "int", then "1" and the phone downstairs will ring. I believe they are, by default, set to "1" and "2".