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Correct dialing plan BCM450

Correct dialing plan BCM450

Correct dialing plan BCM450

I have very basic level of expertise on BCM450 so hopefully you can help me, some months ago the way of dialing external numbers changed from 7 digits to 10 digits, and I need to correct the BCM to reflect that change, when I dial the BCM automatically cuts down the number to 7 digits and I have no clue on where to make the adjustment.

RE: Correct dialing plan BCM450

Try Dialing Plan /Public/ Public DN Lengths

Look for your current DN Prefix (your dial out code) and change the DN length to the amount of digits it takes in total to dial a local 10 digit number.
An Example if you dial 9 to get a line out (or you have a Line Out button dials 9 for you):
9 XXX XXX XXXX that is a DN Length of 11 (9XXX-XXX-XXXX)

You can also ADD DN Prefix's for long distance:
Local Long Distance - DN Prefix 91 - DN Length 12 (91XXX-XXX-XXXX)
Long Distance - DN Prefix 9011 - DN Length 16 (9011XX-XXX-XXX-XXXX)


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RE: Correct dialing plan BCM450

You could access the BCM 450 with Element Manager and save the programming Record in Excel. It's easy to view the dial plan to see what was programmed.

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