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Nortel MICS restrict LD after 5pm

Nortel MICS restrict LD after 5pm

Nortel MICS restrict LD after 5pm

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I have a client that wants me to restrict all sets from calling long distance after 5pm on a daily basis...
Can any one help with this process...Did it many years ago...

RE: Nortel MICS restrict LD after 5pm

1. Setup Service Modes (night service) Schedules and as Auto 5pm to 9am as example.
2. Under Lines or Set go into Restrictions/Schedules and change the filter # for the Schedule name you just setup.

Memory is a bit foggy on this but I think you do not need to assign a Set to Ring, remove 221 by default.

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RE: Nortel MICS restrict LD after 5pm

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Many Thanks Mr Cord ...

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