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How do I put the access code on incoming calls for N-Log by slash50
Posted: 6 Dec 05

If you are using the N-log function on the Md110 and you want to be able to dial the stored numbers you must prefix the incoming CLI with your outgoing access code.

For example, if the incoming CLI of a caller is 020 8845 1234 and you miss the call the number log will store it as it is.  If you then press the "Dial" soft key it will dial that number starting from the 0.

In the UK we normally use 9 for the outgoing access code, so we want the N-log to store the full CLI and prefix it with a 9.

The command NUTRI is used here.

NUTRI:ENTRY=02,CNVTYP=2,NUMTYP=0,PRE=9;

This will see the incoming CLI beginning with 02 and change it to 902.  This means the N-log will store the number 9020 8845 1234 and by hitting the "Dial" key you can call the number straight back.

This will be the same for other numbers for example UK mobile calls begin with 07 so...

NUTRI:ENTRY=07,CNVTYP=2,NUMTYP=0,PRE=9;

To adjust this for your own market, just substitute ENTRY for the beginning digits of your incoming CLI and substitute PRE wit your own external destination code.

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