Reference:Administration/PBX/Objects/DTMF Features

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The DTMF Features PBX object is used to set call diversions via DTMF (Dual Tone Multiple Frequency). For this, a DTMF Features object with a unique name and call number is defined. To set a call diversion, a user needs only to dial this call number, followed by the desired DTMF feature code (for example, *21* for CFU) and the destination number (where the call is to be diverted to) completed by the hash character (#). It works exactly the same when deleting existing call diversions via DTMF. First you dial the call number of the DTMF Features object, followed by the desired DTMF feature code (for example, ##21# for CFU). The destination number does not have to be specified when deleting. The following features codes were implemented for the DTMF Features object :

Set CFU = <DTMF object call number>*21*<Destination number>#
Delete CFU = <DTMF object call number>##21#
Set CFB = <DTMF object call number>*67*<Destination number>#
Delete CFB = <DTMF object call number>##67#
Set CFNR = <DTMF object call number>*61*<Destination number>#
Delete CFNR = <DTMF object call number>##61#.


In a later version , the PBX will recognise all GSM feature codes independently, making the DTMF Features object superfluous.

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