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Display calling digits from BP250 Virtual Extensions

Display calling digits from BP250 Virtual Extensions

Display calling digits from BP250 Virtual Extensions


I have a tieline between an Ericsson MD110 and BP250 by IP Trunk. Users at the BP250 call externally by using PSTN lines connected to the MD110. This is done by having the extensions at the BP250 programmed as Virtual extensions. They dial a 0 and pick up an external ISDN line located at the MD110. Problem is the displayed number from a user at the BP250 does not show the extension number but shows only the main pilot number. eg it shows 0700256000 instead of 0700256245 for BP extension 6245. Calls from the MD110 extensions are displays correctly.

Calling back by DID then becomes impossible.

Is there a way of making this config display extension number from which a user is calling from at the BP250, for external dialing?

Your assistance will be appreciated.

RE: Display calling digits from BP250 Virtual Extensions

set send A number in adc bp250 .send A numner on trunk for md110 and that can show all numner withiut a number md just show main number or you most set in nutri.


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