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call forwarding or ?????

call forwarding or ?????

call forwarding or ?????

(OP)
I have three DID fax machines. I want to forward, or redirect, or ????? two of them to one. I need to be able to recieve faxes from all three DID numbers. I also need to be able to disconnect the two fowarded fax machines. So I need to have two DID fax number without fax machines ring to another DID fax number with a physical fax machine attached to it. I have a Meridian 1.
I think i might need to create a virtual station to in order to forward the number but I dont know how to do that or if thats the way to it

RE: call forwarding or ?????

hi
this can be acheived using IDC   LD49
go into 49
and do a print first ,,,make a hard copy just in case
ld 49
req prt
type idc
cust 0
dcno <cr> if unknown
this prints the idc  incoming digital conversion
the colomn on the left is the incoming DDI number and on the right is the convert to number
eg
1234  5678
2233  4455
if your numbers are not there they are not being converted
to make changes
req chg
type idc
cust 0
dcno if known
idgt eg 1234
1234  5678
the <cr> throught to req

hope this helps
Colin

colin

Colin

RE: call forwarding or ?????

Try the previous posting from Altender (Phantom Dn's).
You can forward both Dn's to one Dn using the above procedure. You don't need to have anything (fax machines)conncected to your ports.
Hope this helps. Arnold001

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