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restrict incoming calls over dcs

restrict incoming calls over dcs

restrict incoming calls over dcs

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We have 3 Definity G3's that are dcs over T1, we share an Intuity Audix. Our Hr dept. wanted certain extensions on 2 of the pbx's to be restricted from getting incoming calls. I set up a special COR with "inward" restriction and that was fine. However, now they want to be able to call these extensions from their own. I thought I could use page 2 of the COR form where you tell it what other COR's it can call, however over dcs the far system takes the incoming cor from the trunk group and not the station making the call. Any ideas on how to selectively restrict incomin calls? Thanks

RE: restrict incoming calls over dcs

you can set different COR number to trunk group and station
in COR form page of "cor restriction" set "n" to the cor number that belong to trunk group COR

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