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Change from 4 to 5 digit DN's

Change from 4 to 5 digit DN's

(OP)
Dear,
We want to make change from 4 to 5 digit DN's on our Cs1000 firstly we proceed to create extension with 5 digit and make CLID to make outgonig calls and GSM send us only 5 digit without prefix
Exp:
07770412345 the GSM team sends me only 12345
but i have this error on the trace : unassigned number
Can make a help for me ?

RE: Change from 4 to 5 digit DN's

If its ISDN what is the lenght of your LDN0

RE: Change from 4 to 5 digit DN's

The 07770412345 number looks to be a UK mobile one. Do you have DASS or Euro ISDN 30e (I421) as your ISDN circuit?.

As suggested above, incoming calls will for ISDN 30e be depending on the LUDN length found in LD 15 CDB.

Also your IDC tables will need to be altered as the local exchange (Telco) provider such as BT etc would be sending DDI digits into the phone system and they tend these days to be using the last 6 digits of your DDI range.

Therefore your IDC table in LD 49 will probably need altering to reflect the new 5 digit extension number.

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RE: Change from 4 to 5 digit DN's

(OP)
my lenght of LDN0 is 1936

RE: Change from 4 to 5 digit DN's

(OP)
it's work fine we have changed it (LDN0) from 1936 to 70000
thanks for you

RE: Change from 4 to 5 digit DN's

no worries its easily missed

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