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PVR Benefits with Forward No Answer Function...Previously Impossible by GHTROUT
Posted: 29 Oct 06 (Edited 15 Jan 11)

ALTERNATIVE TO PVR THAT ALLOWS FNA OF TRUNK CALL

By GHTROUT

PVR - Private Line Service - is a way to have a specific analog trunk extended directly to a key on a phone.  The common uses include Automatic Ringdown lines and Telco provided lines between distant security or control centers.  However, there are times when specific trunks must be assigned as keys on phones, where a variety of limitations exist.  One of the limitations is that Private Line appearances are not controlled by the sets FNA value.  The following method makes FNA possible.

Summary
  • Every trunk must be in its own route - in other words one route for every trunk that would have been a PVR.
  • In order to define a KEY on a phone so that it appears as if it is the trunk, the HOT feature is used to dial the trunks route access code.
Create the Route LD16

    LD 16
    REQ  new
    TYPE rdb
    CUST 0
    ROUT 101 (variable as desired)
    DES 5551212 (variable as desired)
    TKTP cot
    AUTO yes
    ICOG iao
    ACOD 5551212 (consider the last 4 or all 7 digits of trunk tel. number)
    TARG 0

Assigning a KEY for the trunk on the telephone LD11

    KEY 0 hot d 7 5551212 1212 h  (h = incoming calls ring)
    or
    KEY 0 hot d 7 5551212 1212 n  (n = incoming calls do not ring)

        "7" is the number of digits of the trunk route access code (ACCD)
        "5551212" is the trunk route access code (ACCD)
        "1212" is the DN of the KEY (same as trunk ATDN below)

Build the trunk LD14

    LD14
    REQ new
    TYPE cot
    TN   28 0 1 7
    DES  5551212 (variable as desired)
    CUST 0
    RTMB 101 1
    ATDN 1212
    SIGL lop
    CLS  dtn

More detailed information may be available at the web site http://www.ghtrout.com/ in the DOWNLOADS area.

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