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I need the Expert Help

I need the Expert Help

(OP)
I am Using Nortel CS 1000 I subscriber demanded to stop the facility of call forwarding, I have tried my best but I reach on result that this can be stopped for the whole system.
or only for external calls .

but not for a specific extension for local calls.

please help me how to disable the facility of local calls forwarding on a any extension

RE: I need the Expert Help

For your extension, it would be much easier if you were to print and post your phones "TNB" parameters.

To turn off call forwarding for a extension, check if FDN and EFD are set to point to another destination. Also check if you have a call forward key activated to divert.

You can either change the current FDN and EFD to point to your own extension number or change some of the forwarding CLS settings, but in your case I would just change it to your number.

Firebird Scrambler

Nortel & Avaya Meridian 1 / Succession & BCM / Norstar Programmer

Website = http://somertel.com
linkedin

RE: I need the Expert Help

(OP)
Dear Firebird Scrambler

thanks for reply
sorry I could not explain my problem

I want to deactivate the facility of call forwarding on a specific extension see there is an extension on which I want that I could not foreword his calls to any other extension ///???
Hope now the question problem is clear ?

RE: I need the Expert Help

remove the call forward key, and set the CLS to FND/HTD/FBD

so
REQ chg
TYPE <set type>
TN <tn of set>
ECHG yes
ITEM cls fnd htd fbd
ITEM key 19 nul

RE: I need the Expert Help

(OP)
I have tried it on my
Telephone type 500
CLS fnd htd fbd
and being the analog set so key 19 nul not required

but still problem is there

calls are forwarded

plz help


RE: I need the Expert Help

Perhaps you need to remove the CFW ftr for the analogue set?


Here is an example of a set that is able to call forward.

DES M500
TN 007 0 00 13
TYPE 500
CDEN 4D
CUST 0
WRLS NO
DN 4567 0 MARP
AST NO
IAPG 0
HUNT
TGAR 1
LDN NO
NCOS 7
SGRP 0
RNPG 0
LNRS 16
XLST
SCI 0
SCPW 4567
SFLT NO
CAC_MFC 0
CLS TLD DTN FBD XFD WTA THFD FND HTD ONS
LPR XRD CWD SWD MWA RMMD SMWD LPA XHD SLKD CCSD LNA TVD
CFTD SFD MRD C6D CNID CLBD AUTU
ICDA CDMD EHTD MCTD
GPUA DPUA CFXD ARHD OVDD AGTD CLTD LDTD ASCD
MBXD UDI RCC HBTD IRGD DDGA NAMA MIND
NRWD NRCD NROD SPKD CRD PRSD MCRD
EXR0 SHL SMSD ABDA CFHD DNDY DNO3
CWND USRD BNRD OCBD RTDD RBDD RBHD FAXD CNUD CNAD PGND FTTC
FDSD NOVD
RCO 0
PLEV 00
AACS NO
MLWU_LANG 0
FTR CFW 4
DATE 10 JUL 2017

What you might need to do is to do the following method below

REQ: END
>LD 10
REQ: CHG
TYPE: 500
TN 7 13
ECHG YES
ITEM FTR XCFW
FTR
ITEM

Now print off the TN again to see that "CFW" has been removed as shown below.

REQ: PRT
TYPE:
TYPE 500


TN 7 13
DATE
PAGE
DES

DES M500
TN 007 0 00 13
TYPE 500
CDEN 4D
CUST 0
WRLS NO
DN 4567 0 MARP
AST NO
IAPG 0
HUNT
TGAR 1
LDN NO
NCOS 7
SGRP 0
RNPG 0
LNRS 16
XLST
SCI 0
SCPW 4567
SFLT NO
CAC_MFC 0
CLS TLD DTN FBD XFD WTA THFD FND HTD ONS
LPR XRD CWD SWD MWA RMMD SMWD LPA XHD SLKD CCSD LNA TVD
CFTD SFD MRD C6D CNID CLBD AUTU
ICDA CDMD EHTD MCTD
GPUA DPUA CFXD ARHD OVDD AGTD CLTD LDTD ASCD
MBXD UDI RCC HBTD IRGD DDGA NAMA MIND
NRWD NRCD NROD SPKD CRD PRSD MCRD
EXR0 SHL SMSD ABDA CFHD DNDY DNO3
CWND USRD BNRD OCBD RTDD RBDD RBHD FAXD CNUD CNAD PGND FTTC
FDSD NOVD
RCO 0
PLEV 00
AACS NO
MLWU_LANG 0
DATE 10 JUL 2017

NACT

Firebird Scrambler

Nortel & Avaya Meridian 1 / Succession & BCM / Norstar Programmer

Website = http://somertel.com
linkedin

RE: I need the Expert Help

(OP)
Dear FirebirdScrambler

thanks a lot


its really works

RE: I need the Expert Help

(OP)
Dear FirebirdScrambler
my problem of call forwarding has been solved,
I am thankful to you.

I want to shift from Nortel to IP Base system, will you please guide me how to take start
or any link from where IP Base server could be downloaded.
and what about asterisk...?

RE: I need the Expert Help

Asterisk is a very neat little package with plenty of various well written packages. I currently use a version in a Raspberry P1 box and it is linked to my BCM 50 system via a H323 IP trunk and also across the internet to a friends Raspberry P1 and BCM 50 system.

It all depends on how many phones you need. I have SIP phones on the Asterisk and even Nortel Unistim IP phones working.

A very good system which is a modified Asterisk system is the E-metrotel one that has been designed to interface with existing Nortel kit which includes the BCM and CS1000 range.

Firebird Scrambler

Nortel & Avaya Meridian 1 / Succession & BCM / Norstar Programmer

Website = http://somertel.com
linkedin

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