The line focus feature ensures that the OpenStage or optiPoint display contains the appropriate information, depending on the keyset line currently in use.
This feature is controlled via the endpoint.
A keyset line has the focus when the display contains information pertaining to it. When a call is connected, that line has the focus. When the call clears, focus is applied to the next suitable line. When a line is alerting, focus is determined by terminating line preferences.
Call handling actions (such as placing calls on manual hold) also impact focus. If there is no suitable line, no line has the focus, and the display returns to idle mode.
The menu and function key actions apply to the line with the focus. However, in the case of a pop-up display, any functions that impact the audio path (such as hookswitch or loudspeaker actions) still apply to the currently active line. When a line key has the focus, its associated LED flutters.
This feature is not applicable to the optiClient 130 S because the user can display the state of any line at any time; the user can also display the state of all lines simultaneously. Refer to the optiClient 130 S, V4.0, Administrator Documentation and Operating Instructions for more information.
Parent topic: Keyset Telephone