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TDA 100 Call Forward to CO (in order to listen the dial tone)

TDA 100 Call Forward to CO (in order to listen the dial tone)

TDA 100 Call Forward to CO (in order to listen the dial tone)

I have a KX-TDA100 with 4BRI configured as S0 (extensions), a SLC8 with BCA phones and a LCOT8 as CO. I need to configure my system so every call received by a BCA (e.g. extension 101) is forwarded to a LCOT line (e.g. 802). In my intention when someone (extension or CO) call 101 he has to ear the dial tone and then he could make an external call.

I tried configuring from the consolle

Call from Extension—FWD Status Availability ON
Call from Extension—FWD Mode                ALL
Call from Extension—FWD Destination         802

But nothing happens...

If I forward ALL to another extension all works well.

Someone could help me please?



RE: TDA 100 Call Forward to CO (in order to listen the dial tone)

what you want to do is normaly done with a voicemail or disa card.
i havnt tried this yet but you could set up a spare ext to to forward all calls to 9 (ie *71029#)
you will also have to allow forward to co in class of service settings.
but to be truthful i dont think so

if above doesnt work dont forget to cancle (*7100 )

peter (www.vpi.ie)

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