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Tools | Extensions Renumber

This command allows the extension numbering of user extensions to be raised or lowered by a specified amount. The command does not alter the extension number used for hunt groups but does adjust the extension numbers of hunt group members.

 

Renumber Extensions

 

 

MSN Configuration

This menu can be used to populate the Incoming Call Route table with a range of MSN or DID numbers.

MSN Wizard

In the example above, the customer has ten DID numbers starting at 01505392201 with the central office exchange passing through 3 digits for each. Having selected the number of presentation digits, set the range and selected the first destination; clicking Add created the ten incoming call routes.

 

 

 

Settings

  • MSN/DID:
    The first number in the set of MSN numbers for which you have subscribed. Note: If you require to find an exact match between the MSN numbers and the destination numbers, enter a minus (-) sign before the first MSN number.

  • Destination:
    Where incoming calls with matching digits should be routed. The drop-down list contains the extensions and groups on the IP Office system.

  • Presentation Digits:
    Set to match the number of digits from the MSN number that the central office exchange will actually present to the IP Office system.

  • Range:
    How many MSN or DID number routes to create in sequence using the selected MSN/DID and Destination as start points. Only routing to user extensions is supported when creating a range of entries.  

  • Add:
    Adds the appropriate entries to the Incoming Call Route table using the value entered above.

  • Delete:
    Removes a specific entry.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

   
   

 

 

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