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Digit Conversion

Digit Conversion

Digit Conversion

(OP)
Hey all,
I want to convert digits that are dialed on our Definity G3si V8. I want customers to dial 4357 and have it convert to 4200. I've tried the ARS DIGIT-CONVERSION table, but can't seem to make it work. Any other ideas. If I forward the call, or create a coverage path on 4357 to go to 4200, if 4200 is off hook with 2 call-appearances, it rings busy rather than going to 4200's voicemail. Any ideas? Thanks

RE: Digit Conversion

Hi
   Not sure if you are talking about calls originating internally or externally but you could try this if they are internal.

ch udp 4357 set to an unused aarcode say 234

change udp 4357                                          Page   2 of   2   SPE A
                              UNIFORM DIALING PLAN
                                Ext Codes: 435dd

Ext Code: 4xxxx Type:                         Ext Code: 43xxx Type:

                              Ext Code: 435xx Type:

dd   Type       dd   Type       dd   Type       dd   Type       dd   Type

5x:             6x:             7x: AARCode 234 8x:             9x:

50:             60:             70:             80:             90:
51:             61:             71:             81:             91:
52:             62:             72:             82:             92:
53:             63:             73:             83:             93:
54:             64:             74:             84:             94:
55:             65:             75:             85:             95:
56:             66:             76:             86:             96:
57:             67:             77:             87:             97:
58:             68:             78:             88:             98:
59:             69:             79:             89:             99:

Then ch aar digi 2

change aar digit-conversion 2                            Page   1 of   2   SPE A
                       AAR DIGIT CONVERSION TABLE
                                                              Percent Full: 21

  Matching Pattern     Min   Max   Del   Replacement String   Net  Conv ANI Req

  23457                5     5     5     4200                 ext   y       n
                                                                            n
                                                                            n
                                                                            n
                                                                            n
                                                                            n
                                                                            n
                                                                            n
                                                                            n
                                                                            n
                                                                            n
                                                                            n
                                                                            n
                                                                            n
                                                                            n
                                                                            n

  This will convert the dialed aar string to your required number. assuming that you have UDP aar and ars truned on!
  There is properly an easier way of doing it but off the top of my head you can do it this way.
 

 Hope this helps

  Good luck

  Cheers PBX

RE: Digit Conversion

Add a Terminatig Extension Group, for the group extension put in 4357.  Add 4200 a a group member.  Call 4357 and 4200 rings and can follow coverage!  Hope this helps

Chris

RE: Digit Conversion

You can also make 4357 a VDN and point to a vector that routes the call to 4200.

Roche

RE: Digit Conversion

(OP)
I tried the terminating extension.. no luck. And unfortunately we don't have Vectoring turned on... The AAR Digit conversion didn't really make sense (sorry)... I'm still trying to get this. I thought I could just convert dialed digits easily, but I guess not. Any continued support is appreciated. Thanks

RE: Digit Conversion

The TEG group will work, it probally just a programming thing.  WELL heres ANOTHER.  Build a hunt group (does not use a RTU port!)with the group extension of 4357 and with the appropriate name .  Add no members to the hunt group and assign a coverage path, you may need to create a new coverage path to do this,  with the first point of coverage 4200.  Tada!!  I must be getting punchy, sorry!
Hope this helps

Chris

RE: Digit Conversion

(OP)
I'm gonna try not to sound like an idiot here, but that doesn't seem to work either. I can get all the suggested solutions to ring, but coverage is another question. I trace the station [dial 4357 | redirect hunt-group 8 | coverage-path 42 point 1 | ring station 4200 | no answer station 4200 | coverage-path 42 point 1] and then it keeps ringing... what am I missing?? ughh.. sorry for being so blind here

RE: Digit Conversion

Hi
   I might be wrong but I don't think you can goto cover twice!

e.g. Hunt 4357->Cover to 4200->Cover to ?

   Why? Well say I wanted my callers to my extension to cover to station 4350 after 2 rings and then after another 2 rings goto my voice mail, if the above Cover->Cover option was allowed then my callers would end up in the cover path of station 4350 which could be his Voicemail!

 I tried the Terminating group and that will not follow the cover of 4200 either as it has its own cover path field.

You need to change the dialed digits of 4357 to 4200 with in the PBX to get the caller to follow the cover of 4200, this can be done using AAR Digit conversation as mentioned in my previous communication, would having a look at.

  Hope this helps

  Good Luck

   Cheers PBX

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