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CME and speed dial

is there a way in cme to have a system speed dial, i.e #2 translated to 01244.....,

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Re: CME and speed dial

You can use num-exp or translation rules to achive this.

HTH, please rate all posts!

Chris

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Re: CME and speed dial

how would this then,

I tried translation rule but does not accept * or # as a digit.

not used num-exp

Re: CME and speed dial

With CME 4.0 there is a new speed dial called bulk speed dial. You store the speed dial list in a text file in flash. The file will have a list number say 2, you can set the speed dial prefix to be # (which is default). Then each speed dial entry may have a entry number say 00, 01, 02, 03 etc.

To dial entry number 00, you dial #200 where # is the prefix, 2 is the list number and 00 is the actual entry. You can have up to 10 such lists and the 10 files together can hold up to 10000 entries.

Here is a link to it.

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/voice/its/cme40/cmesa/cmesafph.htm#wp1102502

Here is how the file should look like.

00,915243232123, Test1

01,912321323123, Test2

03,912322322323, Test3

The first entry is for entry number and second for the actual speed dial entry and the third the speed dial display name. When you dial #200, you see Test1 on the phone, so you know which speed dial you are dialing.

HTH

Sankar

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