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How do you set default extension?

How do you set default extension?

How do you set default extension?

I have a V3000 BRI with 4 ISDN lines and 11 numbers. When you dial one of the numbers the AA picks up the call. How do I set the default extension to be a hunt group (4001) rather than the AA on 501?

I have tried setting the ISDN BRI group and ISDN BRI channel auto extension to be 4001 for open, closed, lunch & other but the AA still answers the call.

I have worked around the problem by setting up a dial plan to map all 11 numbers to extension 4001 but I no longer get the benifit of time-based system mode changes.

6.0.44 btw


RE: How do you set default extension?

After further reading I'm guessing the default Table 2 rules are sending the calls to the AA as all my DDI numbers have a 5 in them.

If I use a table 2 like this:=

TableEntry Create 2  1  0   1   1 Internal  0     0
TableEntry Create 2  2  1   1   1 Internal  0     0
TableEntry Create 2  3  2   1   1 Internal  0     0
TableEntry Create 2  4  3   1   1 Internal  0     0
TableEntry Create 2  5  4   1   1 Internal  0     0
TableEntry Create 2  6  5   1   1 Internal  0     0
TableEntry Create 2  7  6   1   1 Internal  0     0
TableEntry Create 2  8  7   1   1 Internal  0     0
TableEntry Create 2  9  8   1   1 Internal  0     0
TableEntry Create 2  10 9   1   1 Internal  0     0

Will this accept calls on any DDI number and then use the Auto Extension setup on the ISDN channel or group?

RE: How do you set default extension?

You will have to set up timed routes in your dial plan.

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