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NANSE and NANSI

NANSE and NANSI

(OP)
Hi, everybody!
Please hep me, I only know LIDAP command to view license file.
what commands can i see my system license file clearly?
AND
how many NANSE Commands and how many NANSI commands are there in my MD110 system? when i settup number by number, not in range number.
For exambe, I settup as below:
NANSE:NUMTYP=EX,NUMSE=40000;
NANSE:NUMTYP=EX,NUMSE=40002;
NANSE:NUMTYP=EX,NUMSE=40004;
...
NANSE:NUMTYP=EX,NUMSE=49998;


After I settup:
NANSI:NUMTYP=ED,NUMSE=40000;
NANSI:NUMTYP=ED,NUMSE=40002;
NANSI:NUMTYP=ED,NUMSE=40004;
...
NANSI:NUMTYP=ED,NUMSE=49998;

So, how many command lines dose MD110 allow?
Does anyone try it?
Please have me some ideas!

Tks & Brs!

RE: NANSE and NANSI

HI
you can kic file just with mddt if aviable on cf flash
you can nansi:numse=1000&&9999,numtyp=ex;

RE: NANSE and NANSI

(OP)
Hi, inlsp05!
Thank for your help.
When i type number range as you say, My system accepts immediately.
But i want to use separate numbers, i have to enter many NANSE&NANSI commands as for example above.
when i send 294 line (NANSE:NUMTYP=EX,NUMSE=...). From first to 293 line are excuted, but 294 line not accept and "no free space".
For ex:
<NANSE:NUMTYP=EX,NUMSE=40000;
NANSE:NUMTYP=EX,NUMSE=40000;
SURE? (YES/NO)
<Y;
EXECUTED

<NANSE:NUMTYP=EX,NUMSE=40002;
NANSE:NUMTYP=EX,NUMSE=40002;
SURE? (YES/NO)
<Y;
EXECUTED

<NANSE:NUMTYP=EX,NUMSE=40004;
NANSE:NUMTYP=EX,NUMSE=40004;
SURE? (YES/NO)
<Y;
EXECUTED
................
<NANSE:NUMTYP=EX,NUMSE=40134;
NANSE:NUMTYP=EX,NUMSE=40134;
SURE? (YES/NO)
<Y;
NOT ACCEPTED

NO FREE SPACE

I don't know howmany EX lines does MD110 system allow? I don't find that in Dnatex.

Give me some advise!

RE: NANSE and NANSI

It is not a limit on the number of commands, it is a limit on the storage capacity of Number Analysis Program.

Each range of numbers takes one entry if you split that range it becomes two entries. Each line you delete in the EX range increases the number of records used in NAP. From memory I think there are something like 3000 entries in the block table for all number types. I believe you have reached this limit.

RE: NANSE and NANSI

Hi,
can you print NADAP;

RE: NANSE and NANSI

(OP)
HI,
I printed NADAP table already!
There are 358 lines in that table. 358 lines consist of Extension number series and External destination code.
After i send NANSI:NUMTYP=ED,NUMSE=..., OR NANSE:NUMTYP=EX,NUMSE=.... Both of commands are not accept and there is "no free space" line.
I am not sure and don't understand.
I have been searching document and there is not any document that writing about this problem. Have anyone see this case?
Brs!

RE: NANSE and NANSI

(OP)
Hi,
I have got 2 MD110 systems.
The first system:
- There are 358 lines in NADAP table (only Extension number series and External destination code).
358 lines is maximum and i cant't send NANSE or NANSI command anymore.
The second system:
- Opposite of the first system, i send alot of those commands.
There are 2234 line in NADAP table. It's very good for my work when i migration from MD to other PBX.
I have a question:
What is the different beetwen the first system and the second system. Why does the second system allow many commands? How to know that?
Brs!

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