Hi, in my offices i have two ISDN telephone lines.
My router is 2811 firmware version 12.4.20.T1 and 2 7970G phones.
When someone calls Line 1, then phone with extension 1000 rings. (port 0/3/0)
When someone calls Line 2, then phone with extension 1001 rings. (port 0/3/1)
Problem is, when the phone with extension 1001 tries to make a call, then the call goes out via Line 1 and not Line 2 as i want to. Also, when it calls back a missed call, it goes out again via Line 1.
If phone 1001 (line 2) dials 9 in front of the number, then the call goes out from line 2 as it should go. How can i automate this process? I mean, if the phone user dials 21012345 then how the router can add automatically the 9 in front of the number and then send out 21012345 to the telco?
Also when phone 1001 (line 2) dials a number from the directory or from missed calls, how it can automatically add number 9 in front?
When phone 1001 (line 2) answers a call, when he press the "Transfer" button and then selects number 1000 (the other phone in the office) i don't want it to add a 9 so it must dial 1000 not 91000, how's that possible?
What translation rules/configs i must do in order to work properly?
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