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Option 11c new Area codes

Option 11c new Area codes

Option 11c new Area codes

(OP)
Can someone tell me in what LD and how to add a new area code so employees can dial.  What are the commands I need to enter?

RE: Option 11c new Area codes

Use LD 90. First print a known working number, note the RLI, add the new number and Test. Here is an example:

    ld 90
ESN000

MEM AVAIL: (U/P): 13190018    USED U P: 2433923 235770    TOT: 15859711
DISK SPACE NEEDED: 423 KBYTES
2MB BACKUP DISKETTE(S) NEEDED: 1  (PROJECTED LD43 - BKO)
REQ  prt
CUST 0
FEAT net
TRAN ac1
TYPE npa

NPA  1206

NPA  1206
RLI  3
SDRR NONE
ITEI NONE

Note - 1206 uses RLI 3. There could be some deny code like 976.


REQ  chg
CUST 0
FEAT net
TRAN ac1
TYPE npa

NPA  1206
RLI  3
SDRR deny
deny 976
deny <cr>
ITEI NONE

RE: Option 11c new Area codes

(OP)
What is the example area code?  Do I need to make a permit statement?  Is 1206 the code?  Sorry a little new at this

RE: Option 11c new Area codes

1206 is the example - your RLI number will be unique to your system

RE: Option 11c new Area codes

(OP)
Whats the deny code 976 for? and whats sddr?

RE: Option 11c new Area codes

You would set deny for any prefix (206-976-xxxx) you do not want to allow calls to.

SDRR is the prompt to allow or deny additional digits past the area code.

RE: Option 11c new Area codes

(OP)
Everythings OK and can do new area codes.  One question I have as I played around a bit I noticed that different existing area codes have different RLI's

What's RLI's do or where can I can info on them.  Meaning so I know at what level to set for different things or reasons

RE: Option 11c new Area codes

You can print the different RLI's in LD 86.  Your RLI will assign a route number and a restiction level (FRL) to the area code.  You can also add and remove digits if necessary via DMI tables.  To print RLI's
LD 86
req: prt
cust 0
type rlb
rli xx  (the rli in question)

RE: Option 11c new Area codes

An RLI is essencially an outbound call control table that, based on settings from the originating TN, determines whether or not the call is permitted to be sent off the switch and what route (trunk group) the call will be sent out.  This is a simplified description.  RLIs can actually do a lot more- like chosing a secondary route if the primary route is not available or busy, altering the digits dialed from a user before sending the call out, selecting different routes based on the NCOS settings of the originating TN, etc...

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