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Pointing ISDN30 to a TVP200

Pointing ISDN30 to a TVP200

Pointing ISDN30 to a TVP200

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I have a KXTD1232 with 8 x ISDN30 channels which are working fine.
Presently they are set to ring on DIL 1.N to several extensions.
 
I have set up the TVP system to Custom Service Setting in Day Service.
This part has been tested, ok.
 
However, I want to point all the 8 channels of this main number to the TVP100 >265.
Normally I would use the DIL 1.1(Prog 407). But as the ISDN30 lines are numbered CO 25 -  CO32. And the programme 407 only offers up to 24 lines, is there another way to do this?

RE: Pointing ISDN30 to a TVP200

the 100 does not have trunk service!!!!

RE: Pointing ISDN30 to a TVP200

you could at least intercept route by trunk group
that would get you to top menu with a few rings

RE: Pointing ISDN30 to a TVP200

Look at the CO reference No in prog 451
Then DIL1:1 this CO No. to the VM extn

 

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