NEC N 1093100, P Direct Inward Dialing, ANI/DNIS Support, DID Camp-On, DID Routing to Voice Mail

Models: P N 1093100

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❥DID Camp-On

Direct Inward Dialing

-If the telco doesn’t send any digits into the system, or

If the digits sent by the telco don’t correspond to a DID Translation Table entry, or If the destination extension is out of service:

The call follows the 3112-Terminationrouting for the line. This includes the settings for Day Ter- mination, Day Overflow, Night Termination, and Night Overflow. The call is handled the same as an analog line and follows the normal system timers.

-If the digits sent by the telco have a DID Translation Table entry with no corresponding destination programmed:

No routing occurs and the caller hears busy tone.

DID Camp-On

DID Camp-On sets what happens to DID calls to busy extensions when you have Busy/DND Intercept disabled. With DID Camp-On enabled, a call to a busy extension camps-on to the extension. Without DID Camp-On, the caller to the busy extension just hears busy tone (or follows the intercept program- ming if enabled).

By default, DID Camp-On is disabled.

DID Routing to Voice Mail

If a DID call is unanswered and is eventually routed to voice mail, it will route to the mailbox of the ini- tial DID destination. This is true regardless of whether the call routed to voice mail via DID Line Over- flow, Call Forwarding, or Extension Hunting.

ANI/DNIS Support

The system is compatible with telco's T1 Automatic Number Identification (ANI) and Dialed Number Infor- mation Service (DNIS) services. ANI/DNIS services can be provided on T1 loop start, ground start, and DID lines (but not E&M). ANI/DNIS Compatibility provides:

Selectable Receive Format

You can set up the system for compatibility with any combination of ANI, DNIS and Dialed Number (Address) data provided by the telco.

Flexible Routing

The system can route the incoming call based on the received DNIS data and the entries stored in the DID Translation Table.

Caller ID

The system can use the received ANI data to display the caller’s number on the called extension’s dis- play. The ANI data can be up to 10 digits long. (Note that the T1 PCB can alternately receive normal FSK-based Caller ID if provided by the telco, but cannot route on that data.)


• None

Default Setting

• Disabled

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DSX Software Manual

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NEC N 1093100 Direct Inward Dialing, ANI/DNIS Support, DID Camp-On, DID Routing to Voice Mail, Selectable Receive Format