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Digital phones display pin code on redial

Digital phones display pin code on redial

Digital phones display pin code on redial

Siemens HiPath DX/iSDX PABX's on Rev 8.0.21 to Rev 9.0.061.
When redialling, this pin code is displayed on the digital phone.

On a fax, this pin code is also printed on the call report as a number dialled.

In translation table 1, they translate the pin code to the feature code ***2, mobile TAC, Account Code and then the external number dialled. (other sites ***2 and **4)

For instance:
The user dial (his pin)6806646 and the external.
This is translated in table 1 as 6806646 = ***2 pin and account code
Ldtt 1 6806646                   ***233338109
LMTP 3333 = 03

On the fax report when faxing to the same number with his pin, 68066400123939279 is displayed when printing the fax call report.
                                                              This pin is obtained and the phone is abused.
How do I remove the pin display.                                  

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