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Unknown information in LEX

Unknown information in LEX

Unknown information in LEX

(OP)
Good Morning everyone. I hope the day is finding you well.
Whilst I am not guru to the work of DX I am fortunate that i know my way around it enough to do what i need to on this antiquated but still working system.

Well, i had a call from a user this morning who said they were getting calls from other numbers which she listed. After checking the numbers i found that all of them were in the same pick up group however when i lexed the numbers i got the following.....

Lex 7675
EN7675 EC012703 CS16 TA31 MOH00
CC6

Member PG 090 Index 005

Now i know what all of this means with one exception. The CC part.
For every extension i lex i get the CC with a different number. At first i thought it could be text however when checking via LTS there was not text string associated with the extension. However i may have been using the wrong command so if there is another command that may add text to an extension please let me know.

I have also had a look in the A to Z of siemens that i have and there is nothing about what CC could be.
Im wondering if anyone else has seen this and if they know what it could be. Any info would be useful.

Thanks

Craig

RE: Unknown information in LEX

Is it not CG 6 - Communication Group 6

RE: Unknown information in LEX

The only other place I've seen CC is for the old cordless concentrators for DECT phones but they are associated with digital extensions not analogue.

LCC

This example shows the output for the A option.


SYNC

MODE

SYNC

UNIT

CC

MODEL

CC GROUP I/F 01 I/F 02 I/F 03 MODE S/W
0001 0001 0224 A1 S EXT 01 2025/1 07AA40
0002 0002 0224 A4 M EXT 2025/2 07AA40
0003 0003 0226 A1 0226 A2 0226 A3 S INT 2065
0004 0004 0226 A4 S EXT 02 2025/1 07AA40

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