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block the outgoing facility for an extension in Nortel BCM

block the outgoing facility for an extension in Nortel BCM

(OP)
How do I remove the outgoing facility for an extn in Nortel BCM 450?
Steps for doing this?
-BCU

RE: block the outgoing facility for an extension in Nortel BCM

You need to log on via the Element Manager tool and go into the restriction filter area to either create or modify a filter to allow or restrict certain outgoing numbers. Once the filter has been altered, then that filter needs to be changed against the extensions settings.

I'm not sure if the instructions are included in the attached file. You should also be able to change the barring via access using a extension phone that is compatible.

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RE: block the outgoing facility for an extension in Nortel BCM

(OP)
I created a restriction filter under call security and how do I assign that restriction filter to the corresponding telephone set?
-BCU

RE: block the outgoing facility for an extension in Nortel BCM

Look under the extension details. I think it might have been Caperbilities where you change the filter.

Firebird Scrambler

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RE: block the outgoing facility for an extension in Nortel BCM

It's the tab beside Capabilities

Note some other restrictions you might consider adding:
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RE: block the outgoing facility for an extension in Nortel BCM

I think the OP is looking to restrict all outgoing calls from a DN. In which case remove all lines from the phone and remove the DN from line pool access.

Marv ccna

RE: block the outgoing facility for an extension in Nortel BCM

(OP)
I have removed the line but still the user is able to make calls outside. How do I remove the DN from line pool Access.I see BlocB under the line pool Access for that particular DN. Do I need to delete that BlocB (Line pool Access)?
-BCU

RE: block the outgoing facility for an extension in Nortel BCM

Yes, if your outgoing lines are via ISDN etc.

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RE: block the outgoing facility for an extension in Nortel BCM

What about 911 or 1800 calls?
You should be using Restrictions instead.

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RE: block the outgoing facility for an extension in Nortel BCM

(OP)
After doing the changes in line pool access, o/g were blocked.
Thanks for your help.
-BCU

RE: block the outgoing facility for an extension in Nortel BCM

Did your client insist no 911 calls allowed?

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