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How to Stop Analog Set Dialing

How to Stop Analog Set Dialing

Hey guys!
can you help? I have a security line (Analog set) going to a gate. They have to update info regularly. The problem is there is a fault on the cable somewhere (I have a contractor looking for it) and the set keeps dialing out 4 digit extensions - the other day it dialed 911. Is there a way to TOTALLY disallow this set to dial anything?
I looked at all the CLS restrictions but nothing totally blocks dialing! (They dial IN to a device at the gate so it never has to dial out.

Thanks much!

RE: How to Stop Analog Set Dialing

Sorry - - - this is cs1000 with 7.5

RE: How to Stop Analog Set Dialing

So you probably have 911 programmed in LD 24 and even fully-restricted phones can dial 911.
Best solution I can think of is to make it a hotline to itself.
CLS ehta
FTR hot d 4 xxxx ==> it's own 4 digit extension

RE: How to Stop Analog Set Dialing

Good idea StanleySteamer!

I can do just that -
Thank you!

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