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eMG80 - CO - deny external calls

eMG80 - CO - deny external calls

eMG80 - CO - deny external calls

(OP)
I have 4 CO lines, 1 one of them is an extention of an another PBX.

So, when users want to call a number,

I dont want to make it select 4th line, only 1st, 2nd and 3rd lines.

And I did a Digit conversation for selecting 4th line as;
when an extention presses 9 --> outside call.
when pressing 99 --> pick 4th line.

So, 4th line can recieve and send calls, but over another PBX.
How to configuration might help me?

C lover, devoted to JS, writing c#...

Nortel stuff : https://www.pbxbook.com
SCH ERROR MESSAGES: https://pbxbook.com/meridian/maint/sch/sch0001_009...
ERR ERROR MESSAGES: https://pbxbook.com/meridian/maint/err/err0000_009...

RE: eMG80 - CO - deny external calls

Hi Hasan

the first thing i would do is put trunks one to three in trunk group 1 and put trunk four in group 2

programing step 140

this way you can access trunks 1 to 3 by dialing 9 and trunk 4 by dialing 89002 by default

you can set up LCR to router the call over different trunk groups but this very complex programming steps 220,221,222,223

you can't use 9 and 99 to access trunks as if you dial 99 this would select the outside trunk and then send the second 9 to out to the network so the first digits must be different

RE: eMG80 - CO - deny external calls


what is it you exactly trying to achieve?

if you want to dial out on the other system put line 4 in co group 2 . and then just give the handsets that want to use that line a key for just that line . they can select that line then press what ever access code was required followed by the number .

if you want to effectively dial extension numbers on the other PBX . you will need to set up the lcr table to do this .

its not as difficult as you might think

but its easyer if both systems where on different ranges .

for instance your extension range would be 1 xx
the other system would be 2 xx

you would simply tell the lcr if anything Internally was dialed that started 2 (int) you would pick up line group 2 . this way you could dial the extension numbers on the other system .

you would need to great a similar lcr table on the other system but going the other way .




RE: eMG80 - CO - deny external calls

(OP)
I achieved this by;

Since 9 is for “select CO in first CO group”
I put gsm’s to group 2
Land line to group 1
Other pbx line to group 3

14 for special code for group 3.
And digit conversation table(270) as
905–> 890205

Everyone can make call to group 3
And most of ‘em are restricted to make external calls.

C lover, devoted to JS, writing c#...

Nortel stuff : https://www.pbxbook.com
SCH ERROR MESSAGES: https://pbxbook.com/meridian/maint/sch/sch0001_009...
ERR ERROR MESSAGES: https://pbxbook.com/meridian/maint/err/err0000_009...

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