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Dialing between two TDA
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Dialing between two TDA

Dialing between two TDA

(OP)
I have TDA100 on site A, and TDA200 on site B. On site A extension numbering plan is 101-399, on site B extension numbering plan is from 401 to 500, both offices are connected with KXTDA0484.
Question is can(and how) I just dial 401, and avoid dialing trough access code for site B.

RE: Dialing between two TDA

yes sounds like time to start reading the book!!

RE: Dialing between two TDA

the acronym ARS comes to mind.

RE: Dialing between two TDA

Use the TIE routing tables and don't assign a PBX code to each system.  

Assign extension of each 'distant' system in the other PBX extension tables.  Bit more to it, but thats the basics...

RE: Dialing between two TDA

(OP)
As always thanks shardian
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@cwc... I was expecting from you more, something like contact your vendor or something.
But I sure that you will write this next time, or something similar.

RE: Dialing between two TDA

hey you are clearly not a vendor so why should i read
the manual for you?or give the right info?

RE: Dialing between two TDA

shar you can help the uncertified tda users i'm done........

RE: Dialing between two TDA

hardly helped.....pointed in the right direction.  as i said, 'bit more to it'  not like i actually told him exactly what to enter.  also never even mentioned anything that may need to be changed in the 484...

RE: Dialing between two TDA

some where along the line he'll have to break down and read
the book frankly I'm suprised he got as far as he did

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