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Dial out from a PVR? Is it possible?

Dial out from a PVR? Is it possible?

Dial out from a PVR? Is it possible?

(OP)
CS1000 7.6
We use dial 9 for outside line.
Incoming 911 circuits set up on phones as a PVR.
Dialing the 10 digit number of the individual 911 circuits rings through.
QUESTION: Is it possible to dial out from these lines?

RE: Dial out from a PVR? Is it possible?

You can dial out on a PVR if the PRIV route is set for ICOG = IAO. You won't need a 9.

RE: Dial out from a PVR? Is it possible?

(OP)
Yes ICOG=IAO. However when I try to dial out from the PVR key, to a valid 10 digit number, I get "we're sorry the number you have reached is not in service"
TYPE RDB
CUST 00
ROUT 31
DES 911PVR
TKTP COT
NPID_TBL_NUM 0
PRIV YES
SAT NO
RCLS EXT
VTRK NO
NODE
DTRK NO
ISDN NO
PTYP ACO
CNDP UKWN
AUTO NO
ICOG IAO
RANX NO
TRMB YES
STEP
CPP NO
TARG
CLEN 1
BILN NO
OABS
TIMR ICF 512
OGF 512
EOD 13952
DSI 34944
NRD 10112
DDL 70
OOD 1
ODT 4096
RGV 640
FLH 510
GRD 896
SFB 3
CRD 512

IENB 5
TFD 0
LEXT 100
VGD 6
SST 3 0
NEDC ETH
FEDC ORG
CPDC NO
SPCT IMM
HOLD 02 02 40
SEIZ 02 02
RGFL 02 02
RVSD 08 31
ILLR 02 02
DRNG NO
CDR YES
INC YES
LAST YES
TTA YES
ABAN YES
CDRB NO
QREC NO
OAL YES
AIA YES


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OAN YES
OPD NO
CDRX YES
NATL YES
MUS NO
MR NO
RACD NO
MANO YES
EQAR NO
OHQ NO
OHQT 00
TTBL 0
ATAN NO
OHTD NO
PLEV 2
MCTS NO
ALRM NO
ART 0
SGRP 0
ARDN NO
CTBL 0
AACR NO

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