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TTI, PSA, and other Features

How can I use TTI to add or change a station? by JediBMC
Posted: 24 Oct 06 (Edited 27 Oct 06)

To utilize Terminal Translation Initialization (TTI), you need to do the following:

Setting up TTI
  1. Ensure that TTI is enabled by entering the DISPLAY SYSTEM-PARAMETERS FEATURES command from either GEDI or a SAT command line.  On the displayed screen, look for the TTI/PSA Parameters area.
  2. Determine if a security code has been set for the TTI process.  If it has, write this code down as you will need it later.
  3. Ensure that a feature access code has been assigned to TTI Merge and TTI Separation.  To do this, enter the DISPLAY FEATURE-ACCESS-CODES command from either GEDI or a SAT command line.  Write these codes down as you will need them later.
Using TTI Separation and Merge
For the purposes of this, the security code will be 1, the separation code will be 765, the merge code will be 432, and the extension will be 8910
  1. From a station that you would like to separate the extension from the port, enter the TTI separation code, the security code, and the current extension.
    Note that this will assign the extension to an "x" port.

    Using the sample numbers, it should look like this:
    765+1+8910
    If you have done this correctly, you will hear a triple tone, then a dial tone.
  2. From a location that you would like to merge the extension to the port, enter the TTI merge code, the security code, and the desired extension.
    Note that the extension must have been previously assigned to an "x" port.

    Using the sample numbers, it should look like this:
    432+1+8910
    If you have done this correctly, you will hear a triple tone, then a dial tone.

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