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No answer or busy forward

No answer or busy forward

No answer or busy forward

(OP)
Dear experts,

If st A wants to busy forward to st B and wnat to no answer forward to ann after 10 rings. What should I change the coverage path of st A ?
Thx!

RE: No answer or busy forward

You not making any sense

RE: No answer or busy forward

You need a lot more detail for anyone to be able to help you.

RE: No answer or busy forward

(OP)
Sorry! My question is:

Customer wish to busy forward from st A to st B after 10 rings, also he wants st A to have an ann and drops the call after 10 rings if no answer.
So how I do it in coverage path and vector?

This is I put in coverage path of A


point 1 st B 10 rings point 2 v123 10 rings

v123 is the vector

Thanks !




RE: No answer or busy forward

Is sites A and B connected?

RE: No answer or busy forward

(OP)
A and B is a station in same cm

RE: No answer or busy forward

(OP)
I have 4 stations,

There are three conditions:
1. All busy, the caller will have ringback tones 10 times and have ann. Then disconnect.

2. No answers for all stations , the caller will have ringback tone 10 times and go to ann. Then disconnect.

3. One of the station is busy, the caller will have 10 ringback tones, then route to another station.

How can I do it in coverage path and write the vector to fullfil those conditions?

RE: No answer or busy forward

last point in coverage path should be the vdn, which goes to a vector from there you have several options

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