etc. to 815
etc. to 835
TO ACCESS ALTER-
NATE SEARCHES, SEE
Where n are the user dialed digits for a match, and a is the
'action' that is performed in the case of a match.
n may be any digit from 0 through 9 and *, to be matched
against the same digit in the dialed sequence. n may also
#0 Compare against a dialed '#'.
#1 Compare against a dialed '1' or '0'.
#4 Compare against any digit dialed from 2 through 9.
#9 Compare against any digit dialed.
After the match string is entered, one 'action' (a) is entered,
0 Prefer Route #0 (PR0) NOTE: A 601 entry is re-
1 Prefer Route #1 quired when accessing
2 Prefer Route #2 routes 1,2,3 and 5,6,7.
3 Prefer Route #3
4 Force Route #0 (FR0) These will force the call
5 Force Route #1 onto that route if possible;
6 Force Route #2 redial and retry cannot
7 Force Route #3 change the selection.
8 Select Route #0 (SR0) These will not dial out the
9 Select Route #1 'select' digits, and will start
* Select Route #2 the comparisons over again
#0 Select Route #3 from the first digit following
the 'select' digits.
#2 Speed Call - Access 7nn entry, Table 10.
#3 Dial what has been entered and cut through (no
#4 Security access code.
#5 Absorb what has been entered and cu through
#6 This is the last digit of the phone number, any other
dialed digits are the account code unless 154t = 1. A
route must have been chosen prior to encountering
a search table with #6 as an action.
#7 Do nothing (wait for more digits).
#8 Prefer default route (see x24t).
#9 When entered as an action, that template entry is
removed from the search table (i.e., 803#00*#9).
#C Subscriber side onlly, Limited Access Security Code.
Access for programming spped calls only with a
format of 7nn08mm....mm##. If the
subscriber does not have the capability of dialing
the ##, a short wait for a timer expiration will auto-
matically complete the entry (see Table 10 for for-
## End of entry, return to programming.
NOTE: One (and only one) action must be pro-
grammed for each template encountered.