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How to OUT a CDP and return the DNB's for use.

How to OUT a CDP and return the DNB's for use.

(OP)
Starting a new thread as previous thread lead me to a new list of questions.
I have a CDP, 66 This used to be a tie to another pbx, but is no longer.
I need to open the entire range of 6600 - 6699 for use as DN's. (we purchased this whole block as DID's)

Could use some assistance in ensuring that i do not completely screw everything up :)

I've found other threads that discuss removing trunks, just not sure where to go from here.

RE: How to OUT a CDP and return the DNB's for use.

Step 1..take a print of all CDP starting from 66.

Ld 20
Req prt
Type DN
CUST 0
DN 66 ####hit enter you will get a long list of all extensions CDP ..

STEP 2.. OUT DSCs you got above.

Ld 87
Req OUT
Cust 0
FEAT CDP
TYP DSC
DSC 6601 example
Hit enter ..you will again get
DSC 6602
DSC 6603
.
.
AS MANY AS YOU WANT..

RE: How to OUT a CDP and return the DNB's for use.

(OP)
When i go to ld 20, and try to prt the dn list. 66 shows as "no act since date"

RE: How to OUT a CDP and return the DNB's for use.

And when you try to print the LUDN what it shows ?
Ld 20
Req prt
Typ LUDN
DN 66
?

RE: How to OUT a CDP and return the DNB's for use.

The reason LD 20 shows "no act since date" when doing a PRT on DN 66 is because nothing is programmed with 66XX.

As soon as you program up a new set with DN 66, you will see the full range available.

>ld 20
REQ: prt
TYPE: ludn
CUST 0
DN 66

CUSTOMER 00 - UNUSED DNS:
66
*****************
REQ: prt
TYPE: dnb
CUST 0
DN 66
DATE
PAGE
DES
SCH0881
NO ACT SINCE NO DATE
*************************

> ld 20

PT0000
REQ: prt
TYPE: dnb
CUST 0
DN 66
DATE
PAGE
DES

DN 6601
TYPE L500
TN 000 0 07 02 MARP DES 33 25 JUL 2017

NACT
REQ:
***************
REQ: prt
TYPE: ludn
CUST 0
DN 66

CUSTOMER 00 - UNUSED DNS:
6600 6602 6603 6604 6605 6606 6607 6608 6609 661
662 663 664 665 666 667 668 669


REQ:
****************
As you can see now, all the ranges starting with 66XX are now available to use.

RE: How to OUT a CDP and return the DNB's for use.

(OP)
the ranges did not exactly all show up. when i added 6601, it added the range of 01-10 i had to add each 10's range in order to get them to start showing up.
but the did! thank you for all your help.

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