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CfgSwitchAccessCode

Description

CfgSwitchAccessCode contains a list of Access Codes that are used to place, route, or transfer calls from its Switch to other Switches in a multi-site installation.

Depending on the structure of a numbering plan, you may or may not need access codes to reach DNs that belong to different Switches of a multi-site telephone network.

You can modify (that is, create, change, or delete) the contents of the Access Codes for a particular Switch or for a set of Switches.

Attributes

  • switchDBID — A unique identifier of the Switch to which this access code is assigned. Mandatory. If value is set to 0 the accessCode value is used as default access to this switch if no other access code is specified on source switch to access this switch.
  • accessCode — A pointer to the access code.
  • targetType — Type of the target within the switch specified by switchDBID for which all the routing parameters below are specified. See CfgTargetType.
  • routeType — Type of routing for the target specified in targetType for this switch. See CfgRouteType.
  • dnSource — Source of information to specify parameter dn in function TRouteCall. See comments.
  • destinationSource — Source of information to specify parameter destination in function TRouteCall. See comments.
  • locationSource — Source of information to specify parameter location in function TRouteCall.
  • dnisSource — Source of information to specify parameter dnis in function TRouteCall.
  • reasonSource — Source of information to specify parameter reasons in function TRouteCall.
  • extensionSource — Source of information to specify parameter extensions in function TRouteCall.

Comments

Uniqueness of a switch access code is defined by the combination of values of its first three properties, i.e., switchDBID, accessCode, and targetType. Thus, when a certain access code is to be deleted, it is necessary and sufficient to specify those three parameters in the corresponding item of the deletedSwitchAccessCodes list in CfgDeltaSwitch.

Function TRouteCall is a function of the T-Library and is defined in the T-Library SDK C Developer's Guide.

See also CfgSwitch.

If targetType=CFGTargetISCC the dnSource property is used for definition of ISCC protocol parameters and presented on GUI (Configuration Manager) with caption “ISCC Protocol Parameters”.

If targetType=CFGTargetISCC the destinationSource property is used for definition of ISCC call overflow parameters and presented on GUI (Configuration Manager) with caption “ISCC Call Overflow Parameters”.

This page was last modified on June 27, 2017, at 13:21.

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