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2 questions

2 questions

2 questions

Can someone give me a guide on programming ddi numbers for GDK 162 under program 55? I need DDI recieving digits 099 to ring extension 124.

Also on GDK 16 can BT divert *121* work on ISDN 2? I get connected to a caller after typing *21* followed by any 4 digits it is as if * is being seen as 0 by the network.

Many thanks


RE: 2 questions

Follow this receipt and DDI numbers will work on GDK-34 (FP-II)/100/162/186
PGM 08 – PGM 09 – PGM 35 – PGM 37 – PGM 55 – PGM 56 – PGM 05.

The PBX will in this example receive 8 digits from the CO.
Six of these digits are fixed, the last two can be any number.

PGM 08 BTN 4 is set to 2 for Table 2 to be used in PGM 05.
Doing this, the DDI number facility is "enabled".

PGM 09 BTN 1  (COLP table 1).
In this table, the first six fixed numbers of the DDI-number is entered.

PGM 35 + CO number - CO number + BTN 7 + Hold/save.
Enabling the CO lines by setting "DID On".

PGM 37 + CO number - CO number + BTN 1 + 01 + Hold/save.
Enabling that the COLP table 01/ ADM 09 is to be used here.

PGM 37 + CO number - CO number + BTN 2 + 06 + Hold/save.
With this command, you set that 6 digits should be removed.
(DID RN, Remove Numbers).

PGM 55 BTN 1: "2"
Here is set the number of digits to be used in the number analysis. Variable digits=2.

PGM 55 lystast 2:  
Here we set the number conversion.
Using the number series 100-199, this filed is set to "#1**". The # indicates the first 6 digits that are ingnored. Using the 200-299 series, "#2**" is used.

Flexible DDI-table:
Use this way to create the DDI table the first time:

PGM 05 BTN 3: Clear DataBase.
PGM 05 BTN 2: Restore Default DataBase / table.
PGM 05 BTN 1: Create a DDI-number connected to a station number.

In PGM05 - BTN 1, the following data is to be entered:
BTN 1:  BIN-nummer (port nummer).
BTN 2:  CO name,
BTN 3:  DAY position - DAY answering poistion - station#,
BTN 4:  NIGHT position - NIGHT answering poistion - station number.

Port number will be from 000 to 035 in a GDK FP-II (GDK-34).
Port number will be from 000 to 192 in a GDK - 162.
Port number 000 is BIN number 100.
Just add 100 to the port number to get the BIN number.
The question concerning the GDK-16, I cannot answer...

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