NORTEL, PBX, OPTION 11, fowarding calls to cell phone

Hello,

I have a option 11 pbx and i want to be able to foward calls from my extension to my cell phone. Is this possible, If so can you tell me how.

Is it also possible to create a hop so that if my phone rings 4 times the call is then transfered to my cell phone. How do i do this

I have a fair idea of making changes to the PBX so you'll have to explain every step to me.
smjaleelAsked:
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smjaleelAuthor Commented:
anyone got any suggestions ?
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Reid PalmeiraTelecom EngineerCommented:
I don't think you can do a CFNA (Call Forward No Answer / Delayed Call Forward) for four rings.

RDR_DATA
CFN0 CFN1 or CFN2

i think where CFN# and # determines number of rings. 0 (immediate) 1 or 2.
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sah_helpdeskCommented:
Go to LD 21 and PRT RDR_DATA
Find out what CFN0, CFN1 and CFN2 values equal. That will tell you how many rings until it forwards the call.

On the extension TN,
CHG CLS FNA CFXA
CHG RCO x. Where x is the CFNx from the RDR_DATA that equals 4 or thereabouts.
CHG FDN to your mobile number including the access code
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