Additional 'Collective Speed Dial's'

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Additional 'Collective Speed Dial's'

Post by Oskar825806 » 17 Nov 2015 05:23

Hallo everyone,

I have recently taken over the managemtn of an Alcatel OmniPCX Office and am looking at adding an addition set of 'Collective Speed Dials' numbers. We currently have a range of 3xxx but would like to add 6xx.

Looking in to the 'Numbering Plans', I have reconfigured / deleted / reconfigured again the rang 600 - 699 with an index (that is baffling me :oops: ), anyway, the long and short of it is that when I then go to the 'Collective Speed Dial' listsings, I can see the entire 3xxx range but no sign of the new 6xx range.

I have read, and read, and read blogs, forums, manuals etc but can no way find out what else is required to introduce this second speed dialling list, so here I am, begging for information.

At the moment, the only information re the build that I can locate is it states R1.x ..R7.x

Any assistance greatly appreciated and naturally, any additional information needed to assist me will be provided, just let me know what :)

O.

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Re: Additional 'Collective Speed Dial's'

Post by Krusty65 » 24 Nov 2015 00:30

Oskar,

Think of the 'base' number as a memory address in this case

If we take the original settings of the system which is for me 8000 - 8399 base 0 this gives 400 speed dial prefixes if I want to add more then I would if I could clear out anything else in the 8xxx range to allow 8000 -8999 base 0

However if I had already done this and needed to add another range say 6xxx you would add the following

6000 - 6999 base 1000

The first range uses the memory addresses from 0 - 999 ergo the next range uses 1000 - 1999

Hope that makes sense but be aware that the total range for collective speed dials is 2200!

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Re: Additional 'Collective Speed Dial's'

Post by Oskar825806 » 24 Nov 2015 05:26

Hallo Krusty65,

Fantastic, it's so easy when you know how. It did make sense and I have now successfully added the new 6xx range of speed dials.

I was very close to configuring 100 virtual terminals with a divert but this has saved me a lot of work.

Thank you so much for responding,

Oskar.

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Re: Additional 'Collective Speed Dial's'

Post by cavagnaro » 25 Nov 2015 05:30

Finally understood the stupid OXO base concept correctly! You rock Krusty!!

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