Got an NBX 100 sending/recieving inter-office and trunk-to-trunk calls across a PTP T-1. Simple setup, sending/recieving 3 digits for call routing. Remote office has Executone PBX that sends a #-sign to indicate a trunk-to-trunk transfer if the call is originating from an outside line. Trouble is, I have the T-1 card set up to expect 3 digits, and although the call processor does not view the # as a digit, the T-1 card does. Therefore station-to-station calls go through, inbound calls from telco into remote office destined for local extension cannot be routed to proper extension (too many digits). Anybody know how to make the T-1 card ignore the #-sign? Executone says #-sign cannot be suppressed on remote system.
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