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A new problem has arrived. A Fujit

A new problem has arrived. A Fujit

A new problem has arrived. A Fujit

A new problem has arrived. A Fujitsu DT telephone user is trying to dial a specific telephone number. He gets an intercept message stating that the number can't be called as dialed, to recheck the number. I attempted to dial the number from my phone, which has international access, and experienced the same intercept message. I checked the ARSC table and found that the first two digits of the area code are correctly programmed, and pointed to the same arsr table as all of our other area codes programmed into the ARSC table. I recall a command, given to me by Altura, that describe the allowed number of digits that is programmed in conjunction with the ARSC table. I can't find my notes for that command, and suspect that it is the reason that the call is not working. If this rings a bell with anyone, or you have an idea of what command i do need to look for, I would greatly appreciate the information. Thanks.


RE: A new problem has arrived. A Fujit

This thread can be closed as we found that the problem was with our long-distance carrier, and not with the PBX programming.


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