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Night service

Night service

Night service

(OP)

HI Guys,

Can anyone tell me how to chance the forwarding extension
on the nightservice.
Someone has it setup to tranfer to ext 231, which LD program
can i use to set this up to e.g ext 232.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Merry Christmas
Scott

RE: Night service

Hi Scott
LD 21
REQ   prt
TYPE  nit
CUST  0
this prints the nite treatment of incoming lines look to see if ext 231 is there. notice what NIT it is.
to change NIT
LD 15
REQ   chg
TYPE  nit
NITx  232
<cr> back to REQ

Colin

RE: Night service

(OP)
Hi Colin,
I tried the above and this is the error i get:

>LD 21
PT1000

REQ  PRT
TYPE NIT

SCH0111

TYPE NIT

SCH0111

When i run LD 15 i get this:
>LD 15
OVL309

Any Ideas

Cheers

Scott

RE: Night service

hi
OVL 309 means you are not allowed access to this overlay
do you have DDI or COT's (analog lines)

colin

RE: Night service

Gary
Are you in the UK,do you have backup on your PABX switch ??

Colin

RE: Night service

Sorry Scott   wrong Name

RE: Night service

(OP)

I'm in the states.I have backed up my PBX yesterday.

RE: Night service

Scott
if you have a maintenance contract on your switch you could call them and get them to give you all the overlays or a new password that will allow you to use them..there are different level passwords...

Colin

RE: Night service

(OP)

I think thats the best option.

Thanks for the help.


Cheers

Scott

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