|Read means input
Blue means a place is changed well
Green means a check point
LD 10 (LD 20) Analog extension data example
REQ: prt <---- prt: for seechg: for change a data, new: for make a new data,
out: for delete a data, cpy x: for copy data to other TN,
mov: for move a data to other TN
TYPE: tnb <---- see with TN (TN is physical port)
TN 0 0 3 0 <---- TN you want to see
DES 2878 <---- name for management
TN 000 0 03 00 VIRTUAL <---- TN. It is displayed with VIRTUAL in CS1000E, but it is not virtual.
TYPE 500 <---- 500 means analog extension.
CUST 0 <---- usually 0
DN 2878 0 MARP <---- DN = extension number
HUNT 2879 <---- Hunt DN of the next station in the Hunt chain. for example, when 2878 is
busy, new call go to 2879.
TGAR 1 <---- one of restriction. This phone cannot use the Route which has the same
number (this case is 1) with TARG.
NCOS 6 <---- one of restriction. How it is used as a general, this phone cannot use
a Route which has
the number less than NCOS with FRL in RLB.
RNPG 0 <---- Pickup Group number.
CLS UNR DTN FBD XFA WTA THFD FNA HTA ONS
LPR XRD AGRD CWD SWD MWD RMMD SMWD LPD XHD SLKD CCSD LND TVD
CFTD SFD MRD C6D CNID CLBD AUTU
ICDD CDMD LLCN EHTD MCTD
GPUD DPUD CFXD ARHD OVDD AGTD CLTD LDTD ASCD SDND
MBXD CPFA CPTA RCC DDGA NAMA MIND
EXR0 SHL ABDD CFHD DNDY DNO3
CWND USRD BNRD OCBD RTDD RBDD RBHD FAXD CNUD CNAD PGND FTTC
FDSD NOVD CDMR PRED MCDD T87D PKCH MPTD
FTR FDN 8111 <---- Flexible Call Forward No Answer. for example, when 2878 is not answered
in specific ringing times,
the call go to 2879.
DATE 15 APR 2012
TLD: Toll Denied (go to FCR in LD 49)
CTD: Conditionally Toll Denied (default)
DTN: Digitone (DIP: Dial Pulse)
XFA: Call Transfer Allowed (XFD: Call Transfer Denied)
FNA: Call Forward No answer Allowed
HTA: Hunting Allowed.