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Call Park Questions

I haven't ever configured Call Park before but I'm going to need to soon and I'm trying to figure out how to free up some DNs to use as a call park range.

Can you use * or # in Call Park numbers? We have a four-digit dialing plan that is getting fairly tight and I'd rather not spend 50-100 DNs just for Call Park. So, I'm wondering if I could use * or #. For example, if I wanted a range of 100 Call Park DNs I could use something like #XX, or even #XX#, or something along those lines. Is that possible, or can I only use digits when defining a Call Park range?

On a related note, why do I have to define a separate Call Park range for each server? That seems really weird to me but there must be a reason for it.

Thanks!

John

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Re: Call Park Questions

you can use * or # as you'd like in call park DNs.

this is perfectly acceptable by CCM.

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Re: Call Park Questions

Thanks! Do you know why each server has to have its own call park range?

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Re: Call Park Questions

Also, you don't actually have to use your DNs you can use 'dummy numbers' like 1XXX or what ever you like.

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Re: Call Park Questions

I'm trying to come up with a way to use call park without using up any of our DNs from our four-digit dialing range. I have just now tested this using #XX as a range and it works great.

Thanks,

John

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