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CDINI problem on bc12

CDINI problem on bc12

CDINI problem on bc12

(OP)
hi everyone
i'm so confused...my problem is when an extension divertes to another extension in any case(busy - no answer) , when i call dir-A after 4-5 rings it diverts to dir-B but at this moment both of them(dir & div) ring. and it goes to all of our pabx.
Any help would be appreciated.
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RE: CDINI problem on bc12

Great, but please can you tell us the PABX manufacturer.
There are multiple forums here for different PABX's

RE: CDINI problem on bc12

lol, true dat!

It appears CDINI = Call diversion individual number initiate
And that there is a very small group that post about it and so happens to only in Tek-tips.

I think you need this forum mduzer for more looks: https://www.tek-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=963404


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RE: CDINI problem on bc12

(OP)
thank you guys for your reply
i found it.. it was all about PARNUM=8 (Ringing signal for diversion).
our MD110 was set to PARNUM=8,PARVAL=1 which means ringing signal shall be sent to both ( first called party & divertee position).

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