The following call flow scenario is unsupported due to a current limitation of CAT-iq 1.0:
- Caller A calls DECT handset.
- Call is answered on DECT handset.
- DECT handset has Call Waiting enabled. Call Forwarding Busy and Call Forwarding No Answer disabled.
- While on call with Caller A. DECT handset receives call from Caller B.
- DECT handset answers call from Caller B which puts Caller A on hold.
- DECT handset now has the option to select conference and conference Caller A and B into an N+2 call or select transfer.
- DECT handset wants to transfer Caller B to target C, but If DECT handset chooses transfer, Caller B is transferred to Caller A
- DECT handset looses both calls.
The DECT handsets support two simultaneous connections (calls). When you are in a call, you can:
- transfer the call to a third party;
- put the call on hold and call a third party to make inquiries or to initiate a conference with both parties;
- accept or reject a second call (see "Call waiting" on page 68);
- switch between two calls (see "Swapping calls" on page 70).
This is operating as designed and is a current limitation of the CAT-iq 1.0 standard.