configuring pick up group in Nortel CS1000

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Avaya
Nortel CS 1000
RNPG
VoIP Configuration
How can i see the list of the used and available pick up groups (RNPG) ? In which LD should i look and what are the command lines to be used

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Nortel CS1000

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It’s the same as the older Meridian 1 series as far as I am aware and I used to work on those so here goes, it has been a while for me though :S

To Show Directory Number Block (contains all DNs in use on the system):
LD 20
REQ prt
TYPE dnb
CUST (usaully zero unless tenanted switch)
DN <cr>

This will print all DNs in use on the system.

To see what RPNG an extension belongs to:
LD 11
REQ prt
TYPE dnb
CUST (usaully zero unless tenanted)
DN xxx (where xxxx is the DN (extension))
<cr>
<cr>
<cr>
<cr>
Write down the PORT Number

REQ PRT
TYPE TNB
TN ## ## enter the PORT Number you just wrote down
WATCH for RNPG Number (Ringing Number Pickup Group)

I hope this helps.

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  • Glock
    Go to LD 81, at REQ LST, Return until FEAT RNP, then at RNGP put 1 100. then it will print all groups in order from 1 to 100.
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  • Destiny5378
    You can also leave RNGP blank and it will print everything.
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  • ringstop
    When you print out the list in LD 81, capture it as a text file if you can. Then import this file into Excel as a space delimited file. That will allow you to sort by the RNPG field and have the list in numerical sequence by pickup group. It's very useful.
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