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tde600

tde600

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

thanks

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

(OP)
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

(OP)
thanks
i will check

RE: tde600

(OP)
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.

example:
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.

thanks

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

(OP)
thanks work great

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