How to Forword a DID number to a specific extension W/ CallManager 4.1

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Majdi Harb Fri, 06/08/2007 - 22:27
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if i understood ur question u can simply acheive this by going to ur CCM admin page go to that DID number configuration page for example (1616) that u want to have it forwarded to 4000, u will find in this directory number configuration page a forward all option, add 4000 in destination field besides forward all

this way all callers to 520-555-1616 are forwarded to 4000

u may see on ur users phones CFwdAll softkey, to make sure users do not change call forwarding settings u have configured u can remove this softkey from Device > Device Settings > Softkey Template find the softkey assigned to ur users and edit/update it


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rjoslin_2 Mon, 06/18/2007 - 12:24
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If you simply want to translate the one number to the other and the first number does not exist on an actual phone device - do this:

Click on Route Plan - Translation Pattern.

Add a New Translation Pattern.

Enter the 4 digits of the DID number (in this case 1616) in the Translation Pattern field and the 4 digits of the destination (4000) in the Called Party Transformation (Called Party Transform Mask) field at the bottom. Add it. Dial 1616 and it should ring 4000. Dial the full number and the system should pass the last 4 digits (1616) to the CCM and complete the transfer to 4000. That's assuming your inbound calling delivers only the last 4 digits. Otherwise put whatever is passed to the CCM in the Translation Pattern field mentioned above.


soleman52 Tue, 06/19/2007 - 10:47
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for ccm userpage put in your url(use the ip adress) for call manager Https//

when it asks for username & password

put in the user name and password assigned in

user configuration

make sure you select a device also.....

out of curiosity what is the application?

soleman52 Tue, 06/19/2007 - 12:37
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Did you want to know where the ccm user page is?

No. I know how to get there. I believe the the DID number went to a phone. It doesn't though. It comes in and goes to the main number as all the unused DID numbers we have. I needed to seperate four DID numbers and have them go to a specific extension which rings on several phones. Our operators can then see which number was called and answer the call accordingly.


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