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ars digit-conversion table

ars digit-conversion table

ars digit-conversion table

I have an entry in the ars digit-conversion table that I need to remove. Don't know how to take it out.

RE: ars digit-conversion table

"change ars digit x" where x is the number of the entry you wanna remove.

Then just clear all the entries on the line with space and save.

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

RE: ars digit-conversion table

if he would have just typed changed and then hit the help key he would have found his answer

RE: ars digit-conversion table

Seems like you don't have an entry with 7737 unless it's on a specific location.

"Trying is the first step to failure..." - Homer

RE: ars digit-conversion table

To change an entry, you must get it on page 1 of the change ars digit-conversion screen.
First, do not use "gedi", use advanced tab, emulation..
Use these until you see 7737 on page 1
change ars digit 7
change ars digit 77
change ars digit 773

If this does not help, maybe try
change ars digit 7 location 2


change ars digit-conversion 1                                   Page   1 of   2
                       ARS DIGIT CONVERSION TABLE
                                 Location: all                Percent Full: 8

  Matching Pattern     Min   Max   Del   Replacement String   Net  Conv ANI Req

  11                   2     2     2     911                  ars   n       n
  1303456              11    11    7                          ext   y       n
  13032249             11    11    8     2                    ext   y       n
  303456               10    10    6                          ext   y       n
  3032249              10    10    7     2                    ext   y       n

For DID strings dialed via your switch with ARS, see the examples above

+1(303)456-1234 will delete the first 7 digits and dial extension 1234
(303)456-1234 will delete the first 6 digits and dial extension 1234
+1(303)224-9234 will delete the first 8 digits and dial extension 2234
(303)224-9234 will delete the first 7 digits and dial extension 2234 

A great teacher, does not provide answers, but methods to teach others "How and where to find the answers"


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RE: ars digit-conversion table

This issue has been resolved. Thank you for your input. It's working now. There was a typo on the trouble ticket I received verses the Ext that was actually in the ars table. I found it and simply spaced it out.

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