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How to add og delete localnumbers

How to add og delete localnumbers

How to add og delete localnumbers

(OP)
Hi

I want to add and delete local numbers, how do i do that ?

chdnrc:<dnr>; to delete ?
chdnrc:<dnr>,..,..,..; to create ?

RE: How to add og delete localnumbers

Looks like you answered your own question ?

RE: How to add og delete localnumbers

(OP)
Well

I was looking at list of commands - and guessed that this might be the way. But wasn't sure.

RE: How to add og delete localnumbers

(OP)
So guess it's correct, are there any sideeffects by these commands ?

RE: How to add og delete localnumbers

chdnrc is to change extns in relasion to h/w's.what do you wont to do. add speed dials or area codes,????

RE: How to add og delete localnumbers

(OP)
No - i want to know how to "delete" and "create" new extensions related to hardware.


E.g if i have a local number 123 on some hw, and i want to delete it and create a new number on the hardware adress fx 321.

That what i want to know.

RE: How to add og delete localnumbers

OK.. you need to do didnrc:123; this displays the h/w, then chdnrc:123 this deleteds the ext and to add extn to h/w chdnrc:345,h/w    which was displayed with the didnrc command. job done.

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