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Re: locking overseas call...
The 7730 doesn't do anything. The cabinet the phone is plugged into does. It can be one of about 18 models that Panasonic makes and it has programming rules under TRS (toll restriction). For example, in some models, if you change your extension COS (Class of Service) to 7, it can't dial long distance. In others, you have only 5 COS and you have to build all tables..
In the simplest case, you need to find a programming manual for the particular system and review the section on TRS. In that, you will start by putting 00 in a class from 2-5 and then change the COS of the extension to match. There are other rules like Allow in COS 2 will allow all Allow codes entered in TRS 2-5, but that's for another day.
If you find a model of the cabinet, I can get you pointed in the right direction. I will not build your tables :-)
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The "+" is merely a placeholder for the international call prefix (IDD) used in your country.
For example, if you live in France (IDD: 00) and need to call a phone located in Germany (Country code: 49), you would call 00 49 ...
If you live in USA (IDD: 011) and need to call a phone in Germany (Country code: 49), you would call: 011 49 ...
Find your country of residence in the list below and use its IDD as a replacement for the "+":
00 - all countries not listed below, ITU recommended code.
0 - Samoa
00 ~ - Hungary
000 - Tanzania, Uganda
000, 005, 006, 007 - Kenya
005, 007, 009 - Colombia
001, 007 - Cambodia
001, 007, 008, 009 - Indonesia
001, 008 - Singapore
001, 0060, 007, 008, 009, 1666 - Hong Kong
002, 005, 005, 007, 009 - Taiwan
001 - Guyana, Mongolia, South Korea, Thailand
0011 - Australia
009 - Nigeria
010 - Japan
012, 013, 014, 018 - Israel
011 - American Samoa, Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, British Virgin Islands, Canada, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Dominican Republic, Grenada, Guam, Haiti, Jamaica, Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Montserrat, Northern Mariana Islands, Palau, Puerto Rico, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and Grenadines, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, USA, Virgin Islands
1xx0 - Chile, xx depends on international carrier code
In programming you can set up Forced account codes for Local, Toll, or All calls. The extension is flagged in program 605 or 2.1 of the system and the codes are put in 310 or 1.5. It's one of 2 ways you can do it, you can also change Class of Service on each phone to deny them access to certain numbers.
Keep in mind that this is programming for a TA-824 release 3.0. We know loop start CO lines and no ISDN or BRI. Your system may be different.
The electronic station lock requires a couple of things, first it's dependent on the system, second, it requires some toll restriction programming, and then you can put in a lock code.
At a minimum, in a TA-824 series, dial 77 xxxx xxxx #, where xxxx is a 4 digit number repeated twice. That locks the set, but it might not do anything different. It's released by 77 xxxx #.
If you need help, consult your programming and features manual, or post back with the model of your phone system.
please i need your help,i use KX-T7730 in my office and of recent when incoming calls comes in all the phones in the office starts ringing and also i would like to know how i can lock and unlock the phone so as to prevent other users from accessing it.Thanks