Split line on patton 4114

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  1. MasterX

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    hi,
    i'm italian. i have a problem.
    i have a patton 4114 with 4 analog lines.
    when i configure patton in 3xc , it create 1 device with 4 code (10001-10004)
    if i want phone with line 10004 i can't.
    i want split my internal line for the 4 queque; example
    internal 101,102,103 phone line 10001
    internal 104,105,106 phone line 10002
    etc etc
    i want deny 104 phone with 10001 line and deny phone 101 with line 10002

    i can?
     
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    leejor Well-Known Member

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    Are you talking about restricting the outgoing or incoming calls, by extension?
     
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    only in outgoing
     
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    leejor Well-Known Member

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    Then use the outbound rules. Each line on the 4114 would have to be an individual trunk, not one trunk group with four members. Then you could have identical outbound rules but limited to different extensions, or groups of extensions. When Ext 101 dialled an outgoing call it would go out over the trunk in it's rule, when 104 dialled exactly the same number it would go out over the trunk(s) in it's rule
     
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    ok. then i go as :
    configure with wizard mode my patton for 4 line; wizard mode made a file of configuration
    put the file in patton
    in 3cx delete the multiple configuration (one trunk with 4 member) and him outbound rule
    create 4 new configuration with 1 member

    it's ok?
     
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    leejor Well-Known Member

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    That's it. In the outbound rules one group of extensions can call out on trunk1 with second choice trunk2. Another group can dial the same outbound digits but they get trunk3 and then trunk4. And so on. You just need to add the extension numbers to the outbound rule so that only certain extensions use certain rules.
     
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