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Print DID's

Print DID's

Print DID's

Another question for everyone.  You know how you can print out a list of DNB's, VCE, or DATA lines (LUUU, LUVU so on and so on), well my question is can you print out a list of any DID's that are not being used?


RE: Print DID's

You can print out your unused extensions.  If you know what your block of DID's are, you can just print those extensions
ld 20
req prt
type ludn
cust 0
dn 20xx (if you have DID's from 2000 - 2099)

I don't know of any other way - maybe someone else can help.


RE: Print DID's

Hi, I only know of the LUDN option too.

The disadvantage of LUDN is:
-  If you have Option 11's attached and have CDP it becomes hard to figure out if the DN is really available unless you dial out of the switch & dial the actual DID.
-  If you have CDP and not all distant steering codes etc. are properly added, the LUDN becomes less useful.

Hope this helps!

RE: Print DID's

Thanks for the advice all.  I am new to the meridian system and appreciate the help.  The LUDN command that both of you have written about seems to be popular opinion on how to do what I want to do, it must be right.  Thanks

RE: Print DID's

Hi ride98red,

Some M1's use digit translation in Ld 49, which may be worth checking out. It is generally used to convert incoming ddi numbers to DN's or CDN's. The following commands print out the tables;

ld 49
REQ  prt
TYPE idc
CUST 0  (SCH3627 - This means IDC not enabled, so you don't have digit translation)


The table will look something like this;

DCNO 1            (Table 1)
SDID     No
IDGT     CDGT     (IDGT = Incoming Digits
1000     61000     CDGT = Converted Digits)
1001     61001
1002     9845
1003     61003      

DCNO 2 etc
(if you have pre-release 19 software use 'end' instead of '****' to exit program, otherwise it could cause corruption or even an INI)

In the above example, if 61002 is created as a DN, it would never receive calls from the outside world because the associated ddi (1002) is going to non-ddi dn 9845.

I hope that you find this useful, in addition to the LUDN/DNB commands you already know about.


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