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Reverting numbers

Reverting numbers

Reverting numbers

I am trying to revert a # so that when a customer calls it gets automatically directed to a different extension.(i.e. 2740 goes to 2798) Any advice is appreciated.

RE: Reverting numbers

If it is an external number then I would use a IDC (LD 49, IDC) to convert the number.  If internal then I would use a Phantom TN.

Tim Russell

RE: Reverting numbers

Put a call fwd key on the phone that way you can  change it to where ever you want it to go it will fwd the whole set.

RE: Reverting numbers

thanks for the input guys, but i have a new prob.  created a phantom TN, then  tried to sync to TRN but was unsucessfull. what else can i try.  already tried to manually change it in the sync status also.please advise.

RE: Reverting numbers

Trying to Sync, Are you using MAT, is this an Option 11 ?  If both of these answers are use, then you need version 6.6 minimum of MAT. 6.5 has a known problem with creating phantoms.  It doesn't work and so you need to do it manually from the command line.

Tim Russell

RE: Reverting numbers

I am using MAT, but I tried to sync another time and it took for some reason.  Don't know the reason why.

RE: Reverting numbers

Your solution is simple.  Build an acd and put the forwarding number in the ncfw prompt.
LD 23
req new
type acd
acdn 2740
mwc no
maxp 1
ncfw 2798

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