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Ip Office PRI using Centrex features

Ip Office PRI using Centrex features

Ip Office PRI using Centrex features

(OP)
*Using an Ip office with  406 + 16 port analog co card
with 2 330 switches (24 PORTS each)using Ip 4606 + 4612
Ip phones (DHCP connection)

The Ip 406 Module has a PRI card (Centrex over the PRI)
we are able to dial out over PRI (channels 1-23 are
outgoing -incoming group 0) by inserting a 9 with the
call .

shortcode   9
tel number 9N
dial
group id 0
secondary dialtone


LCR
shortcode ?
tel number 9.
group id 0


The problem is with 4 digit dialing between sites
secondary site is a Merlin Magix not PTP but also
a PRI with Centrex dial feature we can access a
Pool key at the magix end and dial 4 digits and get to the Ip office site (range 3800 to 3999) access to pool key by passing ARS or UDP functions


From The Ip office if possible can we just dial
the 4 digits 3500 to 3600 (200 range)
point it over the PRI without INSERTING 9 since its
allowed 4 digit dialing

we tried setting up

shortcode  35xx
tel number 35N
group 0

how do we point it to a LCR table other then the default table of the one inserting 9 yet still use trunk group 0
?????


 

RE: Ip Office PRI using Centrex features

Try adding short code: 35N;  tel number: 35N  Group: 0  feature: dial

RE: Ip Office PRI using Centrex features

Shortcodes
 
[9]1N
9,1N
Dial
0
 
[9]2N
9,2N
Dial
0
 
[9]3N
9,3N
Dial
0
 
[9]4N
9,4N
Dial
0
 
All the way to
 
[9]9N
9,9N
Dial
0
 
9
.
Secondary Dialtone
0
 
Remove all other 9 codes like 9XXXXXXXXXX

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