Planning and Installation Guide Chapter 6: Dialing Plan
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6.6.1 Common Star Codes
6.6.2 Extension Assignment Star Codes
6.6.3 Trunk Star Codes
Park a call *11 + ext.
UnPark a call *12 + ext.
Picking Up a Remote Extension *13 + ext.
Picking Up the Night Bell *14
Using the Intercom *15 + ext.
Barge In *16 + ext.
Silent Monitor *17 + ext.
Toggling the Hunt Group Status *18 + Hunt Group ext.
Whisper Page *19 + ext.
Changing Call Handling Mode and Forwarding VoiceMail + password + # + 72
Changing Extension Assignment VoiceMail + password + # + 731
Unassign Extension Assignment VoiceMail + password + # + 732
Assign Extension to External Number VoiceMail + password + # + 733
Transfer a call ** + destination + # #
Conference a call ** + destination + **
Hold a call **
Hang up # #
Access other “common” star codes ** + *star code (between 11 and 19) + ext.
Blocking and Caller ID *67 + 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 *82 + 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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