Programming Line Group Access

Additional Feature Information
Central Office Calls, Placing
Programming for this Feature
Programming Outside Line Type, Access, and Ringing
Programming Line and Loop Keys
Programming Line Transmit and Receive Gain
Programming Line Dial-Up
Changing the Direct Line Access Numbering
Programming Store and Forward

Setting up the Line Access Code Options

Configure the Line Group Access codes.

  1. Decide if you want single digit (dial 9) or 2-digit (90-98) access to outside Line Groups.
  2. 1301-[01-10]: Function Type [System: Numbering: Dialing Plan: Numbering (1301): Function Type]
    Check to be sure the digit 9 is type 3 (Line Group).
    Normally, digit 9 is set at type 3 which is for Line Group access. If you want to use a digit other than 9, you'll need to changed the function type of the digit 9 and assign type 3 to another digit. Be aware, however, that most other digits already have important assignments.
    Option Description
    1 Operator access.
    2 Extension access.
    3 Line Group access. [Default for digit 9.]
  3. 1301-[01-10]: Expected Number of Digits [System: Numbering: Dialing Plan: Numbering (1301): Expected Digits]
    For single digit Line Group Access (dial 9), enter 1.
    For 2-digit Line Group Access (dial 90-98), enter 2.
    You can optionally set up the digit 9 for single digit access and another digit (e.g., 8) for 2-digit access.
    Option Description
    0 2
    1-8 3
    9 1
  4. 2113-01: Dial 9 Group Stations: Config: Options: Groups (2113): Dial 9 Group]
    For single digit Line Group Access, assign the group the extension will reach when the user dials 9.
    Option Description
    90-98 Line Groups 90-98. [Default] = 90.