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DX150R restricted dial table

DX150R restricted dial table

(OP)
Hi I hope someone can help
I went on my Siemens course in 2000 and have had very little to do with them since
but I have a customer with a DX150R that's needs to access 101 non emergency number I
imagine this was never added to the dial table in the first place anyway try as I
might I cant remember the programming step to add this to the dial table.
Any help would be gratefully appreciated

Cheers

Ian

RE: DX150R restricted dial table

I've never had to modify the TAC destinations.

What you could do though as a work around is create a system speed dial that rings 101.

Assuming the DX150R uses the same commands as the rest of the family, you'd do that using the following command/example

LSAB 101

That will see if anything is setup on speed dial 101.

If not then

RSAB 101 9101 (assuming 9 is the number used for an outside line).

You can do a text assignment by using

RTS SA 101 xxxxxxxxx where xxx is the text you want to associate with it.

Any extension can use the system speed dials (by dialling hash 6 then the speed dial i.e. hash6101) regardless of their ability to dial the number directly.

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