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Dial 9 for outbound

Dial 9 for outbound

Dial 9 for outbound

(OP)
There was a previous thread to this over 10 years ago but since its closed I’ve made this new one here.

So on my option 11 I want to configure it so that when I dial 9 it will automatically connect me to my analog COT trunk that’s on TN 6 0.

Nortel Meridian 1 & CS1000 Enthusiast
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https://vrryan6.com

RE: Dial 9 for outbound

I'm guessing that "9" is your AC1 code defined in LD 86?.

The change will probably be against a rout in LD 86 under RLB (route list block) where entry "0" will require the analogue trunk route number.

Firebird Scrambler

Nortel & Avaya Meridian 1 / Succession & BCM / Norstar Programmer

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RE: Dial 9 for outbound

(OP)
Is this possibly easier to do through element manager? Still getting everything installed and whatnot but wondering if its possible through there.

Nortel Meridian 1 & CS1000 Enthusiast
Fire Safety and Security Enthusiast

https://vrryan6.com

RE: Dial 9 for outbound

It's been many years since I last touched Element Manager. I'm not sure if the later versions of Element Manager allowed you to access the ESN data?.

I have a Conversion Utility excel tool that compiles captured data via a TTY serial or virtual port on my Website or contact me for the latest version.

Firebird Scrambler

Nortel & Avaya Meridian 1 / Succession & BCM / Norstar Programmer

Website = http://somertel.net
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RE: Dial 9 for outbound

(OP)
I shot you an email about that tool you mentioned, and to answer your question, yes, you can access esn data through element manager.

Nortel Meridian 1 & CS1000 Enthusiast
Fire Safety and Security Enthusiast

https://vrryan6.com

RE: Dial 9 for outbound

If all you want to do is configure 9 to go direct to the COT, then you need to OUT any NARS/BARS stuff, and just set the ACOD for the COT to 9. Dialing 9 will give you dialtone on the COT (there's some other settings there, dig in the manuals a bit. It might give you fake dialtone until you've dialed a complete number.)

The only other thing is to make sure all the sets are CLS UNR or else the Meridian won't let you dial 1 before any of you numbers since that would be a toll call :)

EDIT: the most important part of OUTing the BARS/NARS stuff will be the access digits, AC1/AC2. If you can't set the COT ACOD to 9, then probably one of those is using it already.

RE: Dial 9 for outbound

(OP)
There is nothing programmed into NARS/BARS since I started with the sample/blank database.

What kind NARS/BARS stuff can I add? I want to add a whole bunch of things like have it pick between 2 trunks depending on what is on-hook.

Nortel Meridian 1 & CS1000 Enthusiast
Fire Safety and Security Enthusiast

https://vrryan6.com

RE: Dial 9 for outbound

You won't need BARS/NARS for a setup that simple. You can configure two trunk members in a single trunk group under the single ACOD 9, if you don't need any special routing.

RE: Dial 9 for outbound

(OP)
Alright thanks for the help.

Nortel Meridian 1 & CS1000 Enthusiast
Fire Safety and Security Enthusiast

https://vrryan6.com

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