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LHK - or Last Hunk Key tells DNs to hunt (when busy) to the next KEY number.
Your DNs must be MARP on your TN
LHK: n - The key number of the last DN key that should be included in a "Hunt up to the next key" scenario
This telephone has HUNT 000 and LHK 1. If 1034 is busy, the next call will go to 1005. If 1034 and 1005 are busy, callers will get a busy signal.
|KEY||00 SCR 1034 MARP|
|01 SCR 1005 MARP|
|03 SCR 2109|
|04 SCR 2104|
|05 SCR 2117|
The following telephone has HUNT 3000 and LHK 5. If 1172 is busy, the next call will go to 1132. If 1172 and 1132 are busy, the next call will go to 3000.
Callers dialing 2122 will hunt to 2157, then to 2188, then to HUNT 3000. Note that any blank or feature key breaks the series of hunting.
|KEY||00 SCR 1172 MARP|
|01 SCR 1132 MARP|
|03 SCR 2122 MARP|
|04 SCR 2157 MARP|
|05 SCR 2188 MARP|
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