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CRON _OS4K V10

CRON _OS4K V10

CRON _OS4K V10

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Hi Friends

is it possible to increase the number of position table in CRON command from 256 to more than 25000

As the more than 300+ guest rooms extension has to forward all calls to operator during NIGHT and deactivating the same in DAY .

Is there any other way to configure it.

In the command the POS is showing maximum 256.

Please help me in this issue.

RE: CRON _OS4K V10

You can't change the maximum number of commands in CRON, it's set in the AMO.

You could try things with ITR groups or BERUM/BERUZ and try and force an intercept to attendant.

But the easiest way is to store a macro on the HD, and point CRON to it. CRON will run the macro.

Example.

ADD-CRON:1,P,0,22,*,*,*,":PAS:DIVERTON";
ADD-CRON:2,P,0,7,*,*,*,":PAS:DIVERTOFF";

RE: CRON _OS4K V10

i am not sure,maybe u can try the GROUP DND feature.
1 set the room station cfdnd to operator
ADD-ZIEL:TYPE=FWD,SRCNO=1000&&1300,SI=VCE,DESTNOF=0,DTYPE=CFDND,ITYPE=GEN,CFVAR=SYSTEM;
2 set these room station in a group
scsu/sbcsu itr=xx
3 active and deactive the group dnd in acwinip operator

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