This is to enable the DNIS global management.
If the 'dnisGlobalEnabled' is set to true
then the DNIS management is controlled by the
policy set up on the Network Management station to
manage the resource plant as a whole.
If the 'dnisGlobalEnabled' is set to false,
then the DNIS limitation is controlled by the
policy set up in the local profile under
Ethernet->Mod Config->DNIS options.
Note that this option only exist on the
MAX 400x/600x Series. As for TNT all incoming
calls will be accepted.
The value of sysUpTime at the time of the last creation
or deletion of an entry in the dnisMgmtGlobalTable. If
the number of entries has been unchanged since the last
re-initialization of the local network management
subsystem, then this object contains a zero value.
An unique value, greater than zero, for each
DNIS phone number. The value ranges from 1 to
'dnisMgmtGlobalNumEntries' and identifies which
DNIS phone number is associated with.
It is recommended that the value are assigned
continuously starting from 1. The value must remain
constant at least from one re-intialization
of the entity's network management system to the next
This attribute is no longer used as an index
in this table. It always returns 1.
4 to 24 digits number. The DNIS is the phone number dialed
to access to the hunt group.
This number is extracted from incoming calls or from
dnisGlobalActioni. Note that if this number contains
characters other than digits, the agent returns error.
The status of this DNIS phone number. When set to enabled,
calls on this DNIS will be answered. When set to disabled,
calls will be dropped and the fast busy signal will be
Applied only when the dnisMgmtGlobalEnabled is set to true(1).
This timeout is applied to the dnis if its dnisGlobalStatus
is set to disabled(2). After the timeout expires, this
dnis changes its dnisGlobalStatus to enabled(1).
This timeout may be set at any time, even if the previous
one has not yet expired.
If this timeout is not set by user at the time
dnisGlobalStatus set to disabled(2), it is set
to its default value.
Note: When being read, this attribute shows the time interval
remaining till expiration.