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List all DID extensions in Avaya CM

List all DID extensions in Avaya CM

List all DID extensions in Avaya CM

Hello, so much info on this forum. Is there a way i can list all my DID extensions in Avaya CM? I can do a list exten type but that gives me everything.

RE: List all DID extensions in Avaya CM

The best source for the information you are asking for would be the DID public network trunk service provider.
A good place to store that in the PBX software is using Command: change bulletin-board and
put ranges of numbers there.

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RE: List all DID extensions in Avaya CM

There is no clear way to differentiate DID and non-DID numbers in CM unless you are E.164 (11-digit extensions). You would need to get the DID ranges/numbers from the carrier as suggested.

With SIP now being the primary carrier services, I like to program all DID numbers in the System Manager as full E.164 and label them as DID. Any digit stripping is then done at the adaptation going to the entity (CM).

RE: List all DID extensions in Avaya CM

Thanks All.

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