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System Numbering NEC SV9100

System Numbering NEC SV9100

System Numbering NEC SV9100

(OP)
Dear ALl,

in the SV9100 system numbering, is it possible to create an extension with an example like this,
888 and 8881?

thanks

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

No.

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

(OP)
@CoralTech ok thanks

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

Well to clarify.

8881 would be impossible.

8700-8799 or 8900-8999 would be.

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

do you have sv 9100 pc pro software .I lost my pc pro so not able to connect.If any one have this .pl share to me .my mail is manishkulshreshtha1@gmail.com

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

You can connect with Webpro.

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

(OP)
@CoralTech ok thank you

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

@ coraltech .Do you have sv 9100 pc pro software .I lost my pc pro so not able to connect.If any one have this .pl share to me .my mail is manishkulshreshtha1@gmail.com

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

cp-10

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

Yes you can use like this hourglass



RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

That's interesting. I'm gonna set that up in lab. Not gonna lie, that 3 seconds would drive me nuts.

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

It's not available for PCPRO CP20 13.20.51 EMEA

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

Look in system data. I find it hard to believe the CP20 doesn't have it.

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

@mahirgul, @CoralTech please help me more details in system data

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

Pretty sure it will be there somewhere as this is a feature used by hotels for single digit dialling for such things as room service etc. Why would NEC knock themselves out of that market?

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

Click on view. If its not there you aren't at a high enough password level.

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

User Level is Installer but cannot find out. May be unsupport.

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

Quote (Sinjisn)

Programming Level: Advanced

NEC SV9100 Expert

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

Thank @mahirgul. I can put data like your description, but when make a call to 888 or 8888 I hear "Vacant number". What's I missing?

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

(OP)
@mahirgul sorry for late respons, ok i will try for this program thanks

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

(OP)
@Sinjisn @CoralTech I use PC Pro CP20 version 13.20.50, it is in program 11-20 from system data (installer lvl)

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

(OP)
@mahirgul I just tried the program you shared, but the results are the same as @Sinjisn
Can only dial 1 digit, the first digit is 8, then "Vacant Number" appears
Have you ever tried it and it worked? Maybe there's something missing

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

Yes, it was a good try, but you are right, it does not work.

NEC SV9100 Expert

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

BTW, FWIW programming in PCPro is not a good way to be doing this stuff. PCPro is good for a couple things but you should be programming in WebPro for the most part.

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

CoralTech
FWIW I am of the opposite opinion, care to explain your reasoning?

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

Hey Ozzie.

Because system programming overlays hardware config. PCPro can corrupt a database with a bad memory block upload (with various updates this can get problematic). I use PCPro for very specific things. Mass CAP key programming, DID numbers and other stuff like that. I always initialize a system and download the base hardware config from a system. I NEVER program in PCpro and upload a complete config because of this very issue. In over 20+ years of doing this way I have never corrupted a database because I follow these rules. I cannot tell you how many techs I have to rescue because they don't follow this procedure. This has been like this since the i-series.

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

Hi CoralTech

I've never corrupted a system and the benefits of using scripting which can massively speed up the programming of the system and provide certainty that it will work right first time puts me firmly in the PC Pro camp and I've been doing this for 30 years on NEC and 50 years in the industry so we will have to agree to disagree.

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

Aspire - IPC100 - IPC500 - SV8100 - I've been using PCPro since these times.
I didn't experience any problems. I only use webpro when I have to.
This seems easier and faster to me.

But sometimes ıt can make impossible things seem like they could happen.
But these are really special cases.
I trust PCpro, it has never let me down.

NEC SV9100 Expert

RE: System Numbering NEC SV9100

mahirgul, your example is a case and point. You could have uploaded what you did on a system and corrupted that database. Ozzie, to each their own. Having had techs (under me) actually corrupting databases and following their procedures it came down to the same culprit (the PC programming software). After 20+ times of seeing this (some REALLY bad some you don't find for years). I also do sub work for other companies and like clockwork I find unstable systems because of this very issue that I have to find out WTF is going on. So hey, if it works for YOU knock yourself out. :)

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