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is there any way to configure black/allow list on tde600 pbx (for incoming calls)?


RE: tde600

You can use CLI routing on the speed dial list and point to an empty group. Will work with ISDN and SIP Lines

RE: tde600

i need to make allow call to one of the ddi number to get call only from one number... is it possible?

RE: tde600

Yes it is possible,it is description on page 9

RE: tde600

i will check

RE: tde600

i have seen it.
i need to make allow call to one of the ddi number to get call only from one number
and also block every other number to that ddi.

the clint have ddi 3999999 and i want that every call will be block to that ddi and only my cellular will get to the target.


RE: tde600

page 7
DDI 3999999 --- destination ( D/L/B/N) to 599 (or 699,or not connected DPT)
Enable CLI on DDI 3999999

page 9
speed dial
Location xxx 0(or 9)+your mobile phone nummber, CLI destination target extension

page 10
Disable routing to operator

Panasonic always has simple solutions for all requirements bigsmilebigsmilebigsmile

RE: tde600

thanks work great

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