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Restricting 411 and 555

Restricting 411 and 555

Restricting 411 and 555

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I have not this in so long, I can't remember the procedures to restrict all phones from dialing 411 and the dreaded 555 info numbers. 411 might be easy but the 555-1212 numbers im thinking I have to add 1-xxx-555 and xxx-555. Any help would be appreciated. Fujitsu 9600 switch.

RE: Restricting 411 and 555

Two commands control Toll restriction
ASS TR and ASS RC
To Display
DIS TRRC

ASSIGN TOLL RESTRICTION (ASS TR)
COMMAND
DESCRIPTION
This command is used to define toll restriction
(restriction group and restriction mode) on a per tenant
basis.
COMMANDFORMAT
ASS TR, [TNN:0], RGN, RSM, [ID:1], [TYP], [TYP],
[TYP],...,[TYP]
PARAMETER DESCRIPTIONS
TNN: Tenant number (0 to 15)
RGN: Restriction group number (1 to 7)
RSM: Restriction mode (0 to 126)
ID: Processing identification (0 or 1):
• 0: Cancel restriction / allowance.
• 1: Specify restriction / allowance.
TYP: Toll restriction type (1 to 14)
This parameter can be specified a
maximum number of fourteen times in one
command string:
• 1: Equal access denial.
• 2: Equal access cut-through denial.
• 3: Specific denial of area code 900.
• 4: Specific denial of office code 976.
• 5: Specific denial of office code 950.
• 6: Local directory assistance.
• 7: Toll directory assistance.
• 8: Long distance directory assistance.
• 9: Long distance operator toll prefix denial.
• 10: Local operator toll prefix denial.
• 11: Customer toll prefix denial.
• 12: All area code denial.
• 13: International direct denial.
• 14: International operator denial.
NOTE: The ID is initially set as shown below:
for RSM = 0 for RSM = 1 to 126
TYP     ID TYP   ID
1 to 5  0  1 to 5  1
6 to 8  1  6 to 8  0
9 to 14 0  9 to 14 1
If you want to restrict or allow the specific type of TYP,
you must enter this command as follows:
Example 1: If you want to specify RSM = 1 as follows,
TYP = 6, 7, and 8 with ID = 1 must be entered.
• Allowance of local directory assistance calls.
• Allowance of toll directory assistance calls.
• Allowance of long distance directory assistance calls.
Example 2: If you want to specify RSM = 1 as follows,
TYP = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, and 14 with ID = 0
must be entered.
• Cancellation of equal access (service provider
access) call restrictions.
• Cancellation of equal access (service provider
access) cut through restrictions.
• Cancellation of area code “900” dialing restrictions.
• Cancellation of office code “976” dialing restrictions.
• Cancellation of office code “950” dialing restrictions.
• Cancellation of long operator call restrictions.
• Cancellation of local operator call restrictions.
• Cancellation of customer toll prefix dialing restrictions.
• Cancellation of area code dialing restriction and office code dialing restrictions.
• Cancellation of International operator call restrictions.


ASSIGN RESTRICTED CODE (ASS RC)
COMMAND DESCRIPTION
This command is used to assign either restricted codes
or allowed codes (international codes, CIC codes, area
and office codes, area codes, and office codes) for each
restriction mode on a per restriction group basis.
COMMAND FORMAT
ASS RC, ID, [RSF], [TNN:0], RGN, RSM, [CODE],...,[CODE]
PARAMETER DESCRIPTIONS
ID: Restricted code identification (0 to 4):
• 0: International code.
• 1: Common Carrier Identification Code
(CIC).
• 2: Area and office code.
• 3: Area code.
• 4: Office code.
RSF: Restriction flag (0 or 1):
• 0: Restriction.
• 1: Allowance.
TNN: Tenant number (0 to 15)
RGN: Restriction group number (1 to 7)
RSM: Restriction mode (0 to 126)
CODE: Restricted code (one to six digits)
This parameter can be specified a maximum number of five  imes in one command string.

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