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How to force calls to one 118xxx UK directory enquiries providor by bluerigsby
Posted: 16 Jan 04

In order to recognise digits dialled by an extension after the AC1/AC2 trunk access code and manipulate those digits you need to ....

1.  Create a digit manipulation to delete the users dialled digits 118xxx & replace with your preffered choice.

LD 86
New
Type DGT
DMI xxx
DEL (0)-15
(this deletes the digits from left to right so DEL 6 deletes 118xxx)
INST xxx...xx (This inserts your preffered choice i.e. 118xxx)


2.  Create a new Route List Index in LD 86

New
Type RLB
CUST xx
FEAT RLB
RLI xxx (next spare RLI,do a PRT if not sure)
ENTR xx (Enter 0 to alter the first choice outbound route
ROUTE xx Route number
DMI xxx (enter your new DMI already created)
ENTR xx (if you have second or third choice routes that need this conversion repeat adding the DMI to each)

3.  Adjust the BARS Special numbers to put in a specific recognition of dialled digit 118.

LD 90
CHG
NET
TRAN AC1/AC2 whichever your pbx uses
TYPE SPN
SPN 1
FLEN 0
RLI xx (your normal outbound route list index)
SDRR ARRN
ARRN 18
ARLI xx (your new RLI created)

This should now work , assuming the users have access to dialling a 1 in the CRNO tables (LD 49, type FCR, each CRNO table normally maps to the phones NCOS number.  i.e.  CRNO 5 = NCOS 5

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