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Speed ​​Dial Name

Speed ​​Dial Name

Speed ​​Dial Name

(OP)
Hello, help solve the following problem on hipath 4000 v.6:
It is necessary that during quick dialing on the display of the OpenStag 15t, the name should be displayed, not the number of the called subscriber and dialing.
What I've done:
DISPLAY-WABE: TYPE = GEN, DAR = SPDC1; - recognized the speed dial code (* 2)
ADD-LRNGZ: LST = 00, SPDMIN = 000, SPDMAX = 050; - created a new list (00)
ADD-ZRNGZ: LST = 0, SPDNO = 001, DESTNO = 803360435XX, SUPDIAL = 0, NAME = "TEST NUMBER"; - added his mobile number to the list
CHANGE-SBCSU: STNO = 110, SPDC1 = 0; - allowed subscriber 110 to use this list.

As a result, speed dialing for subscriber 110 works, but with an incoming call, the number and not the name are displayed. Maybe I missed something somewhere?

RE: Speed ​​Dial Name

On an incoming call it is the AMO CLIMA that needs to be filled in.
thread965-1754006: block incoming harrassing caller refers to it, also please search this forum for CLIMA for more results.
It does a function of blocking specific incoming calls but also it can show names of incoming callers that are allowed to call.

RE: Speed ​​Dial Name

(OP)
Thanks! I'll try your way

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