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rerouting incoming calls on attendant console

rerouting incoming calls on attendant console

rerouting incoming calls on attendant console

Dear Member, hope you all will be fine
How i will reroute the incoming calls to attendant console.

Zeenat Ullah Apollo guy

RE: rerouting incoming calls on attendant console

You really need to refer to the manuals that are available at a number of good websites such as Mikes Cook Books and ghtrout.net.

Otherwise, go into LD 49 to print off the IDC tables and LD 21 to get the LDN details. You would need to change the required DID/DDI incoming number to be linked to the LDN number or new LDN number that appears on the Attendant Console.

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RE: rerouting incoming calls on attendant console

Or you can put a DN under NIT1 under NIT_DATA and unplug the console

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