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KXTD1232 - Presenting DDI number to line

KXTD1232 - Presenting DDI number to line

KXTD1232 - Presenting DDI number to line

(OP)
Is this possible? with groups/extensions to actually show the persons/companys ddi rather than main number.

I have looked through Prog manual but cant see what im after.

Many thanks

RE: KXTD1232 - Presenting DDI number to line

look thru the manual for clip and clid on isdn
but I don't think so!!

RE: KXTD1232 - Presenting DDI number to line

you can do this in the euro zone and it must also be aplyed be your line service provider (because the ddi makes the call so you get your bill taged with the ddi no:)

i will look it up and see what it is called

                        peter

RE: KXTD1232 - Presenting DDI number to line

hey riv is he talking about ddi co lines or isdn

RE: KXTD1232 - Presenting DDI number to line

(OP)
Very badly put. This is for outgoing calls.

SO my ddi is 01234 456789
My collegues 01234 456790

Rather than presenting the ISDN Main number can I present the above numbers for each ext?

RE: KXTD1232 - Presenting DDI number to line

Using the DOS program (Blue Screen)

In Station Setting 2 enter the CLIP number look at the Help file (F4) for an Explanation

RE: KXTD1232 - Presenting DDI number to line

he is talking about the ddi clip

Trotski has it right

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