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Changing DN's

Changing DN's

Changing DN's

We have a BCM that the DN's started with 2221 and then we added a PRI to the system and changed the phone DN's starting with 4101. Now when dial an areacode that starts with a 2, such as 212-555-1212, the call won't go though. I looked at inactive DN's an it shows 2317 to 2440 still there. is there a simple way to get rid of these.

RE: Changing DN's

Those 2xxx DNs shouldn't mess up your call routing, unless you are dialing the conflicting digits from an intercom key.  It would be typical to access a line in some way before trying to pass those digits.  Usually this is done by dialing "9" to access a line pool or match a destination code.


RE: Changing DN's

We are using an intercom key to dial all calls.
I have looked at everything and can't see any reason we can't dial a 2. The installer that put the system in had us add a 2A to the Destination Codes, but we haven't been able to try it yet.

RE: Changing DN's

we used to have a Pool A access code 9, we deleted the 9 from pool a so it doesn't have an access code any more. I looked at a few phones an they have line pool access
Pool A   (No access code and no trunks)
Pool I   (VOIP)
Pool PRI-A

They are dialing 9 to make calls, could this be the problem??

RE: Changing DN's

the guy is right. add 9A as destination code for PRI-A and remove access-code 9. This should work

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