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Hi guys I need to program a sing

Hi guys I need to program a sing

Hi guys I need to program a sing

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Hi guys

I need to program a single LDK600 for 4 different companies each with two sets of diffrent carriers for outgoing calls, this means that we'll have 2 different CO groups for each company and 4 different extensions tenancy groups.
The probleme is when you try to program the LCR there is no parameter in PGM 222 to say that for this comapny use this CO group, and for the second one use the other group.

In IPECS LIK there is a parameter on the extension cofiguration where you can set LDT for an individual extension.

Somebody got an idea how we can achieve this on LDK?

RE: Hi guys I need to program a sing

Hi Digitalcoms,

Phone system and software level please?

Kind Regards,
Wishforall

RE: Hi guys I need to program a sing

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LG LDK600 software ver 3.8ah

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