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Set CAD function on key

Set CAD function on key

Set CAD function on key

Dear members !
Could you help me please how to set a function-key on a DTS to activate a call diversion by pressing that key ?
For example: if KEY02 is pressed and keylight is on, the incoming calls diverts to my mobile nr. By now I set KEY=02 to FCN=CAD and if I dial *22#mobile_nr# it works the diversion, the light is on and also the deactivation works by pressing KEY02, but it would be much easier if this could be work by pressing only a function-key not that much characters.
Thank you !

RE: Set CAD function on key

Personal Number and key FCN=PEN

RE: Set CAD function on key

Thanks Graber !
Probably I made a stupid think, it still doesn't work. Here is what I made, please send me the correct solution:


If I put:
KSFKC:DIR=20020,KEY=02,DIG=A22Bmobile_numberB,FCN=TNS; - then when I press KEY02 the deviation is active and it works well but I want to have the deactivation also on KEY02 to work. Regards.

RE: Set CAD function on key

Do You know personal number facility?
You must create personal list for extension 20020 using command PELPI
for example:
PELPI :DIR=20020,LIST=1,CHO=1,ANSPOS=mobile_number,TIME=60;

RE: Set CAD function on key

Dear Graber!
Thank you very much for your help, I didn't know the call_list command's whole facilities, I also have to study the PEN function.
A really useful forum, hi guys and all the best !

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