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Toll restriction on 9600

Toll restriction on 9600

Toll restriction on 9600

(OP)
Have an existing Fujitsu 9600 that was installed by someone else, runs several schools. Customer wants some phones restricted from dialing l.d. (local and 911 only, no 1 or 0 plus dialing)

All extensions are presently in rsm 0 and frl 0
 I did see a rsm 2 built that looks like it has all area codes denied, however when i program one of those extensions into rsm 2 it has no effect. Never really had to do toll restrictions on the 9600, done it on many others but I think I am missing something here on the 9600.

RE: Toll restriction on 9600

Lets start from scratch.
First of all;
     DIS TG,[TGN]
This will show you what Restriction Group the trunks are using (from 0 to 7)
Usually the TG's are in RGN 1
Assuming this is the case, lets build;
     RGN=1 RSM=3 (or any RSM upto 126).

By default everything is blocked.
We need to setup the Toll Restriction for RGN=1 RSM=3

Assuming you are going to allow 1-800 type numbers,
we need to allow the toll prefix and area codes.
     ASS TR,,1,3,0,11,12

Now for Restriction Codes.

To allow the free area codes;
     ASS RC,3,1,,1,3,800,888,877,866

To open up all the office codes;
    ASS RC,4,0,,1,3

The first RC command ALLOWS only the area codes listed.
The second RC command DENIES all the office codes listed (none).

Change the RSM on your test phone to 3, and everything should work.

RE: Toll restriction on 9600

(OP)
Thanks alot SpankyMcF, I'll give both (toll and emml) instructions a go and let u know. Again tx


RE: Toll restriction on 9600

When a toll res table is marked denied and that table is empty that means all allowed, whether area code etc.

Opposite if table is marked allowed and is empty all is denied.

Dont forget it was designed in Japan.

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