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NBX DISA?

NBX DISA?

NBX DISA?

(OP)
Other vendors support DISA.
Where I dial into PBX either by DID, analog line or I am simply transfered to internal extension number and I am prompted to enter a password. Once authenticated I can seize dial tone from the PBX, call a local extension, or enter a PBX feature code such as paging.
Does the NBX support this form of DISA?

RE: NBX DISA?

I would say no.
I have been through the training and hear of nothing that even looked the same.

RE: NBX DISA?

Workaround only for Incoming Digital Linens:
Connect  in loop a device ATA (es. 150) on analogue line trunk, the COS of ATA (150) must be authorized with Account Code . In the DialPlan, you make digit manipulation of one a Incoming Call towards one route with Extension List (es. incoming call xxxxxx-yyy manipulated like 320 --> route 1000 --> extension list *1000) where is analogue line trunk. When incoming call to NBX with xxxxxx-yyy automatically engages thea nalogue line trunk and feels the dialtone of ATA 150 and can select towards outside lines have using of del Account Code that can also be printed on CDR .

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RE: NBX DISA?

(OP)
Hmmm not bad, I suppose you could access ext by analog line if you went through auto attendant line.

RE: NBX DISA?

If you have of ext-line to send criteria of off-hook towards NBX the solution he works correctly. In Italy it is not possible. Thank

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