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Old 09-24-2013, 08:27 AM
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Default how to Present 0845 (SNDDI) number instead of DDI from isdn

Hi we have recently purchased two 0845 numbers and we would like to present them on the outgoing call instead of the ddi numbers that belong to our ISDN. i am unsure how to do this after trying several different shortcodes. What i am trying to achive is for one group of users to dial out with one of the 0845 number and another group of users to dial out using the send 0845. I am not entire sure that this is even possible. the short codes i have tried are as follows:

Code: ?
Telephone number: .S0845XXXXXXX
Feature: Dial
Line Group ID: 2

Result: displays Main bearer number instead of DDI or 0845 number

Code: ?
Telephone number: .SS0845XXXXXXX
Feature: Dial
Line Group ID: 2

Result: unable to finish dialing, line drops

Code: ?
Telephone number: .SS0845XXXXXXX
Feature: Dial
Line Group ID: 2

Result: unable to finish dialing, line drops

Code: ?
Telephone number: .NSI0845XXXXXXX
Feature: Dial
Line Group ID: 2

Result: unable to finish dialing, line drops
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Old 09-25-2013, 04:08 AM
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I assume given it is a 0845 number that you are in the UK so you would need to contact your line provider to ask for a different presentation number on outbound DDI's
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