This procedure describes how to add/edit Prefix Access Codes at subscriber level.
- Log on to the CMP and activate the Telephony Control Server tab.
- Activate the Business Group tab.
- Select the adequate Business Group from the Available Business Groups dropdown list.
- Navigate to Translation -> Prefix Access Codes
The Prefix Access Codes dialog opens, displaying the list of available PACs.
- Click Add/Edit
The Add/Edit Prefix Access Code dialog.
- Navigate to the Identification area.
- Enter digits to identify the PACinto the field Prefix Access Code.
PAC digit strings can have a length of 1-15 digits and can contain the following characters: 0 - 9, #, *
- Enter into the field Minimum Length the digits to identify the minimum number of digits that have to be dialed to make a call with this prefix.
Possible values are: 0 - 30
- In the Maximum Length field, enter the digits to identify the maximum number of digits that have to be dialed to make this call with this prefix.
Possible values are: 0 - 30
- In the Digit Position field, enter the number of leading digits the Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony Assistant should strip from the destination Directory Number (DN) before the retranslation of the resulting DN or of the remaining digits for this Prefix Access Code.
Possible numbers of leading digits are 0 - 15.
The Telephony Control Server Assistant strips the defined amount of digits from the destination DN (Directory Number) before the retranslation of the resulting DN or of the remaining digits for this PAC.
- In the Digits to Insert field, enter the leading digit string.
Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony Assistant inserts the leading digit string into the destination DN during translation and routing processing.
Digit strings can be of length 0 - 15 and can contain the following characters: 0 - 9, #, *
- Navigate to the Settings area.
- Select Private Facility as Prefix Type.
If Private Facility as been selected as the Prefix Type, the Nature of Adress is automatically set to Unknown, the Destination Type is automatically set to Destination.
- However the Nature of Address is automatically set to Unknown for Prefix Type selection Private Facility you may select another value from the dropdown list. Possible values are:
Unknown (automatically set for Prefix Type selection Private Facility )
If you select Subscriber, then the DN is an E.164 susbcriber number.
If you select National, then the DN is an E.164 national number.
If you select International, then the DN is an E.164 international number.
If you select PNP Level 0, then the DN is a PNP Level 0 (subscriber) number.
If you select PNP Level 1, then the DN is a PNP Level 1 (national) number.
If you select PNP Level 2, then the DN is a PNP Level 2 (international) number.
- Click the "..." selection button next to the Destination Name field to specify a the destination with which to associate the Prefix Access Code.
The Destination Names dialog opens and the list of available Destinations that can be assigned to this PAC is displayed
- Select the Destination Name from the list by checking its radio button and click OK.
- Click Save to save the data entered.