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Dialling into a BCM

Programming DISA by curlycord
Posted: 15 Aug 18

In this senario:
Used to dial in remotely to page sets
BCM using spare ATA then back into spare trunk port
AA is answering the trunk port on 0 rings

Example is ATA DN 251 and Trunk port 062 with restriction filter 5 and COS 00

-Trunk Mode = Supervised

- Auto Answer, DISA =Yes

Filter #5
-Restrict any digits required such as 0 for overseas if you allow Pool or BlocX access

CallSecurity/Remote Packages
Package 01, Remote Page = Yes, and add Pool and/or BlocX if need

CallSecurity/ClassOfService/00 Enter 6 digit password, restriction filter 5, remote package 1

Sets/251/Capabilities/Recieve Short Tones = Yes , this will allow dialtone to be broken when DISA answers.

Sets/251/Capabilities/ATA Settings/ Disconnect Supervision = Yes

Speed Dial dialing string for remote user:

Explaination of string in order of appearance:
First set of X's = phone number
P is one pause (or one comma on on moble phones)
251 = DN of ATA
PP = two pause's (or two commas)
Second set of X's = COS password
P is one pause (or one comma)
6 = Page code
X = Sets or Speakers or Both ( 1 for Sets, 2 for Speakers or 3 for Both)
X = Zone # (1 for Zone 1, 2 for Zone 2 etc etc)

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