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Meridian1 Option11,51,& 61C adding new area codes

Meridian1 Option11,51,& 61C adding new area codes

Meridian1 Option11,51,& 61C adding new area codes

(OP)
I need assistance with how to update area codes within the Meridian Option switches. All of my switches are release 19 and above. I'm looking for a step by step (or as much information on how to accomplish as possible) explaination of how to do this. Thanks...2stressed

RE: Meridian1 Option11,51,& 61C adding new area codes

Login to the switch (type LOGIN at the prompt)
Enter Password

LD 90
REQ:PRT
CUST:(cust number)
FEAT:NET
TRAN:AC1
TYPE:NPA
NPA:1xxx (where xxx = area code)

This will display the area code info if it is already loaded into the switch. If not, you'll see an error code.
Do the following to add it:

Type in *** to return to the REQ prompt
REQ:NEW
CUST:(customer number)
FEAT:NET
TRAN:AC1
TYPE:NPA
NPA=1xxx (where xxx = area code)
RLI=(enter the Route List Index here. If not sure, then try '1' w/o the quotes)
SDRR=(press Enter to skip)
ITEI=(press Enter to skip)
NPA=(press Enter to skip)

Repeat the steps to display the area code to verify that it took.

Type in **** to return to the main prompt

Logoff the switch by typing in LOGO

Monkeylizard
 -Isaiah 35-

RE: Meridian1 Option11,51,& 61C adding new area codes

(OP)
Thanks much...very detailed and easy to follow. I followed to the T and was able to add all the area codes I was missing. On a similiar note, isn't there another command for TYPE: to do Toll-Free....I think SPA rather than NPA? This sound right?

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