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Reverse ld 87 So I can Put TN Back on DN 1152

Reverse ld 87 So I can Put TN Back on DN 1152

(OP)
I need assistance with disabling a setting that was set for a DN. I had used the following commands:

>ld 87
REQ new
CUST 0
FEAT cdp
TYPE dsc
DSC 1152
FLEN
DSP
RLI 0
NPA
NXX
DSC

I need to reverse this process as DN 1152 is a hot dial for our help phones on campus. We are moving over to a new system and had used this so that calls to 1152 would route to another service. How can I reverse the process so I can put back in the TN and have this phone work again? Or, do you have other suggestions as 1152 is set as a hot dial which does not appear to work any longer since I had to out 1152 in order to do the above process?

Thank you!

John

RE: Reverse ld 87 So I can Put TN Back on DN 1152

LD 87
REQ Out
CUST 0
FEAT cdp
TYPE dsc
DSC 1152

RE: Reverse ld 87 So I can Put TN Back on DN 1152

(OP)
Thank you! That was much easier than I was trying to make it. That did it! Thank you!

John

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