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Problem with outgoing call; MD10 BC8

Problem with outgoing call; MD10 BC8

(OP)
There is a problem calling just one outgoing number. I can call it from my cell but when I call through the PBX it rings a few times and has a phone company message that "the number is no longer in service". I checked DNT1 and DNT2 and I don't see anything that would cause the issue. Any ideas?

RE: Problem with outgoing call; MD10 BC8

Line provider issue, not possible that it's the MD, cannot generate that message. Report to your outgoing provider

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RE: Problem with outgoing call; MD10 BC8

really you have bc 8???
whats rou you used on site??

RE: Problem with outgoing call; MD10 BC8

What kind of tlp are you using? Trace the tlp unit when trying to call. There you can see that the number sent is correct.

RE: Problem with outgoing call; MD10 BC8

(OP)
inlsp05, we are using a T1 super trunk. I think that is what you are asking if not just let me know more.

fcpli, what do you mean by tlp?

RE: Problem with outgoing call; MD10 BC8

tlpxx is the trunk line program. Super trunk T1? Which unit is handling this? TLP60, TLP what?

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