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Call Blocking

Call Blocking using EC500/XMOBILE or off-PBX mapping by SF0751
Posted: 7 Apr 09 (Edited 10 Apr 09)

Using EC500 or Off-PBX stations will allow you to block inbound calls from specific telephone numbers at the PBX level.  You need inbound caller ID in order to do this.

Step 1. Create a unique COR with the following settings:
Calling Party Restriction = ORGINATION
Called Party Restriction = INWARD

EC500/XMOBILE Method
2a. Create a new XMOBILE station.  Put the offending phone number (the one that you wish to block) in the "Cell Phone Number" field.  Set the "Mapping Mode" to ORGINATION, and give the new station the restricted COR that you created in step 1.

Off-PBX Station Method
2a. Create a new x-port station, and give the new station the restricted COR that you created in step 1.

2b. Create an off-pbx-telephone station-mapping for the next extension just created.  Application = CSP, Trunk Selection = ars, and the offending phone number in the "Phone Number" field.  On page 2, set the Mapping Mode to "orgination"; Calls Allowed to "none"; and Bridged Calls to "none".

All calls from this specific number coming into your PBX will now receive a wave-off tone and the incoming call will not be completed.

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