Chapter 6: Dialing Plan Quick Reference of Star Codes
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6.6.1 Common Star Codes
6.6.2 Office Anywhere Star Codes
6.6.3 Trunk Star Codes
Park a call + ext.
UnPark a call + ext.
Picking Up a Remote Extension + ext.
Picking Up the Night Bell
Using the Intercom + ext.
Barge In + ext.
Silent Monitor + ext.
Toggling the Hunt Group Status + HG ext.
Whisper Page + ext.
Changing Call Handling Mode and
Forwarding
+ password + +
Changing Extension Assignment + password + +
Unassign Extension Assignment + password + +
Assign Extension to External
Number
+ password + +
Transfer a call + destination +
Conference a call + destination +
Hold a call
Hang up
Access other “common” star codes + xx (see table above)+ ext.
Blocking and Caller ID + ext.
When a user places an external call, they can block their Caller
ID using the “*67” command. The user dials the trunk access
code, followed by *67, followed by the external number.
When dialing in this manner, the call will be considered “non-
routable” and will only access trunks at the local site. The
number is dialed “as is” (i.e. as if a user dialed it). No digit
manipulation will be performed.
Unblocking Caller ID + ext.
When a user places an external call, they can unblock their
Caller ID delivering using the “*82” command. The user dials
the trunk access code, followed by *82, followed by the external
number.
When dialing in this manner, the call will be considered “non-
routable” and will only access trunks at the local site. The
number is dialed “as is” (i.e. as if a user dialed it). No digit
manipulation will be performed.
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