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NEC ELITE IPK PRI lines ringing

NEC ELITE IPK PRI lines ringing

NEC ELITE IPK PRI lines ringing

How do i get extensions on a nec elite electra ipk system to ring incomming 4 digits using T1 PRI ? Cant find anything related.


RE: NEC ELITE IPK PRI lines ringing

First, your extensions must be 4 digits, or if they are 3 digits, then the PRI needs to send 3 digits. Then you DIT it to a corresponding extension number. Place that number on additional phones using the extension appearance on a button. (CAR key assignment)

RE: NEC ELITE IPK PRI lines ringing

First let me thank you for your valuable knowledge and experience response on this subject.
They already have some DITs (1588) targeting (ringing) the corresponding 4 digit Extensions (101 & 102.
I must pick (1555) add this DIT to 2 extensions(201 & 202)
I went rhrough 777 pages in the manual but I was paying attention to the Memory Block referring(Ringing) Feature.
I will read the manual and find DIT Memory Block
and Extension appearance (CAR Key assignments).

Thank you!

RE: NEC ELITE IPK PRI lines ringing

You could turn on digit conversion in 1-1-21 (assuming your trunks are DID in 3-91) and translate your 4 digits to any extension number in 1-1-22.

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