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NEC SV9100

NEC SV9100

NEC SV9100

Hi All,

Can someone help me on my concern, our client had a problem on Guest Room Local Numbers which ranges from 300-336 every time they call local 500 (Houskeeping Local) it will directly transfered to operator Local 0. Other local numbers can directly call to local 500 without any problem.

Note: Local 500 is a 500 Series Digital Phone with 12 Buttons.
Local 500 don't have any call forwarding enable.
From Room say for Example Local 336 if I call local 500, the screen displayed on screen (Local 336 Transfered >> 0)

RE: NEC SV9100

if you have Department group for romm and other staff try to check Room Department Restriction 16-04
and check InHotel single digit Routing

RE: NEC SV9100


My Department groups for Houskeeping is 3 then dont have restriction. Then for rooms (2nd Floor-4th Floor) department group 20 restricted to department goups 10-15 only. Then upon checking inhotel single digit dont have any program in it.

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