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Setup Hunt Group on Meridian 1 Option 11

Setup Hunt Group on Meridian 1 Option 11

Setup Hunt Group on Meridian 1 Option 11

(OP)
Hi!  Does does any body know how to setup Hunt Group on a Meridian 1?  I have DN 5500 - 5515 setup as analog channels, and would like to setup a DN that hunt thru the analog channels?  Your help is greatly appreciated!

RE: Setup Hunt Group on Meridian 1 Option 11

useing ld 23

RE: Setup Hunt Group on Meridian 1 Option 11

Hi
When you say analog channels do you mean analog extn's ??

RE: Setup Hunt Group on Meridian 1 Option 11

(OP)
Yes FoxTrott!  They are analog extensions.  Thanks!

RE: Setup Hunt Group on Meridian 1 Option 11

Hi
Do you want to hunt to all 16 extn's one after the other in one group ?

RE: Setup Hunt Group on Meridian 1 Option 11

Hi

All you need to do is create a Group Hunt List (GHT) in ld 18. It is programmed much like a speedcall list, simply assign the analogue dn's to entries in the list, once completed it would look similar to this when printed in ld 20.

00 5500
01 5501
02 5502
..
..
15 5516

Once the list is created, you need to create the Pilot Number (PLDN) for the GHT, this is created in ld 57. You simple create a dn and assign the list number that you just created. Once completed, if set to linear hunting, when the PLDN is dialled, dn 5500 will ring. The next call will try 5500 and find it busy thus 5501 will ring.. etc.

Give it a go.

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