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Day/Night Traffic - Up/Down Traffic

Day/Night Traffic - Up/Down Traffic

Day/Night Traffic - Up/Down Traffic

(OP)
When you set the traffic permissions for a branch with the setfrc command you must specify Day/Night Up/Down Traffic values... Where or how do you specify the Day/Night intervals and what does Up/Down refer to?

Thanks in advance,

Mauricio.

RE: Day/Night Traffic - Up/Down Traffic

Hi Mauricio

day and night meens if supervisor is present or not.
up and down  meens, if you have license 12 IPD, it is possible to switch with a PIN the traffic to up, or down if you go home. Nobody can call with the phone, depending of class down.
It is also possible to switch down, if the supervisor goes in night.

These short words to this. If you must know it in detail, ask, this problem is not so easy.

regards

werner  pipe      

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