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Block Pattern on ACD CS1K

Block Pattern on ACD CS1K

Block Pattern on ACD CS1K

Hi Guys,

Do you know an Overload that allow to do this ?

I got SIP trunk setting up on CS1K that allow users be able to dial out, a task has been assigned to me just because for some trunk ,it s possible to dial local number as well as international number .
I don't want to make any change on SBC side regarding SIP trunk,
but i wonder if it's possible to block a specific pattern for some ACD (IP PHONE) from dialing out , and at the same time allow same ACD to continue using the trunk for other needs.

I know this kind of config is possible in IP Office / Asterisk and other IP PBX, but such configuration , don't know how to do it on CS1K, if possible ...

If some of you already experienced such future ,please add a suggestion .

Thanks !

RE: Block Pattern on ACD CS1K

If the SIP trunk has an NCOS settings, then a barring plan can be applied to that individual trunk or just add in a NCOS change on the ACD set.

TARG / TGAR can also be used to prevent total access to a particular route, but I don't think this will be of any use in your case.

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