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TACSU external line configuration

TACSU external line configuration

TACSU external line configuration

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good morning all
can any one help me to configure an external line ( for example 22204567 ) in tacsu to use this external line in an internal extension ( for example 2555 ) only by co and incoming call for this external line will ring in 2555 only without attendant
by other mean to use on device in the office for internal and external use

please for details I do not have experience>

thank you

RE: TACSU external line configuration


If you want incoming calls to 22204567 to go to 2555
On the circuit in TACSU set DGTPR to 2555.

If you don't want the line used for outgoing calls, remove the channel from any trunk group.

RE: TACSU external line configuration

Will need DITW in the COP for the incoming call.

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