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Cfwd active

Cfwd active

Cfwd active

Hi all, anyway of running a report to see what numbers have diverts active? I have carried out a tnb and run it through conversion utility?

RE: Cfwd active

No there is not, like you say you can TNB and see all the ones that have numbers against their CFW keys, but you do not know if they are active. Only way I know is to individually check them using enhanced trace on each TN in turn as you would then see if the key is active or idle.

If I had a lot of extensions, I would just script it and use the script to produce a csv.

RE: Cfwd active

Thank you, thought as much!

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