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Merlin Magix Remote Call Forward Externally

Merlin Magix Remote Call Forward Externally

Merlin Magix Remote Call Forward Externally

Hi, New poster.

I usually find all my answers on this site that I don't know, it's awesome. But I am having issue with Avaya Merlin Magix and figuring out if I can RFC remotely like calling the backline from a cell to get into system and set EXT to forward. But I can't seem to figure out, if anyone got an answer even if it's just it's not possible be helpful but hopefully someone's got some tele kung fu to share.

RE: Merlin Magix Remote Call Forward Externally

You need to set up a DISA line, with a strong password. It could be a spare DID or an analog line. Call it, get dial tone, enter your DISA password, get another dial tone. Dial *33, (dial tone), the extension number you want to forward, (dial tone), the destination (confirmation tone)

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RE: Merlin Magix Remote Call Forward Externally

Awesome thanks Tommy got it to RFC from my cell calling in. But out of curiosity is there a simple way to do this from WinSPM as well?

RE: Merlin Magix Remote Call Forward Externally

Actually no, you can't set the forwarding number or enable/disable the feature through WinSPM.

RE: Merlin Magix Remote Call Forward Externally

No problem, thanks again Tommy.

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