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Adding Toll Free - 1.844

Adding Toll Free - 1.844

Adding Toll Free - 1.844

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I need to add prefix 844 to our option 11. I am not quite sure how to do this and appreciate any assistance that can be given. if I have to submit this request to our interconnect it will take 2-3 days to get done and I need it sooner than that.

thx

RE: Adding Toll Free - 1.844

Next time, post in the Opt/CS1000 forum for faster result - the forum ID is forum798: Nortel: CS1000 (Meridian) systems

Start by printing out your current TF number to see what RLI they're using.

LD 90
REQ = PRT
CUST = 0
FEAT = NET
TRAN = AC1 OR AC2 (whichever you're using, or print both)
TYPE = SPN OR NPA (wherever your current TF numbers are define - print both if you're not sure)
SPN/NPA = hit the enter key - the prompt SPN or NPA will apear depends on what you enter at the type prompt.

To create a new area code or TF number

LD 90
REQ = NEW
CUST = 0
FEAT = NET
TRAN = AC1 OR AC2
TYPE = SPN OR NPA
SPN/NPA = 1844
RLI = whatever rli the previous one was using from your printout. You can press the enter key for everything else.


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