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DDI setup

DDI setup

DDI setup

We have a range of extension 800 -850 which can be dial directly from an external number ie 672800 gets you extension 800 and so on but numbers 850 -899 can not if you dial their number (i.e. 672888) you go to the main switch board number. We had BT in and they changed somthing on the meridian and now 889 - 899 now can be dialed from external. Anybody know were I need to look.

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RE: DDI setup

look in the IDC table

this will print the incoming digit conversion
look at the numbers in the left column they are the in/comimg numbers, the ones on the right are the numbers they are converted to so to change say 888 to 889, if the number you want is not in the left column it means that the number is not converted..
ld 49
dcno (get this from the print)
idgt 888
888 889
<cr> back to req
Try that



RE: DDI setup

Thanks Colin,

Worked like a dream, save me hours going through the books.


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