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Incoming Call Block by CLI KXTDA 100/200

Incoming Call Block by CLI KXTDA 100/200

Incoming Call Block by CLI KXTDA 100/200

Hi Everyone,
Is there a way of blocking a particular calling number on my client's KXTDA 100 Ver 5? Or could I do CLI routing somehow to a spare analogue extension number so the annoying caller just gets ringing tone and nothing else? Any guidance would be greatly appreciated.

RE: Incoming Call Block by CLI KXTDA 100/200

For a CLI routing number use modem number ( 599), ISDN remote 699 or any digital port with not-conected phone.
It works perfectly with ISDN or SIP trunk ( I am not shure that it works with analog trunk ? ), PBX sends busy tone and disconnect trunk

RE: Incoming Call Block by CLI KXTDA 100/200

Hi Kizo,
Great idea!!
How do I set up CLI Routing please?

RE: Incoming Call Block by CLI KXTDA 100/200

It won’t work for analogue lines, can’t send back busy. You could put it to a unused analogue extension in a group so it will ring out

RE: Incoming Call Block by CLI KXTDA 100/200

Hi Both,
Thanks for the guidance.
I have put the number in the system speed dial table and CLI destination in the same table and then enabled CLI routing in the DDI table. Very simple.
Using 599 and gives busy tone...perfect.
Thanks. Noted about the alog line limitation.

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