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Hicom 300E cell prefix redirection.

Hicom 300E cell prefix redirection.

Hicom 300E cell prefix redirection.

(OP)
Hello.
We have Hicom 300E and there are two cellular phone gates connected to it. It work fine - if I call ex. 00 501 xxx xxx it switch into cell gates. Now I would like to add few new prefixes (ex 888 )for calls outgoing to cellular nets (now it go out by normal public providor). What AMO should I look for?

RE: Hicom 300E cell prefix redirection.

(OP)
I found it LDPLN 0-0-88xx

RE: Hicom 300E cell prefix redirection.

Another entry that you may want to check is LODR.  Some installers/technicians like to do their digit manipulation there.  Look at the LROUT and find the field ODR, the corresponding number is the LODR for that particular route.  If you dis-lodr, you may find that the outgoing digits are manipulated there.

Good Luck!

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